He Shed a Thousand Drops for You

I’ve always been fascinated by the symbols God leaves in nature. While visiting Kayenta, Utah, I came upon an extraordinary tree that pointed me closer to Jesus Christ. This video shares insights I received on the power of the atonement to heal relationships, hearts and transform lives. I hope you enjoy it…

8 Comments

  1. Hi Marnie!

    Once again the Holy Spirit of God has used your inspired words to encourage
    and bless my heart. When I think of the great sacrifice that our Savior made
    in shedding His blood for the remission of all our sins, it fills me with absolute
    wonder, amazement and gratitude. As the old hymn says – What can wash away my sin? Nothing but the blood of Jesus! What can make me whole again? Nothing but the blood of Jesus! O precious is the flow, that makes me white as snow. No other fount I know, nothing but the blood of Jesus!

    Thanks for continuing to remind us all about the things that last FOREVER!

    Keep looking up!

    Jim

  2. Man, I needed to hear those words today, Marnie! He’s already atoned for it. How easy it can be to struggle because we forget that point.

    Thanks for sharing your insights!

    Lisa

  3. Thank You so much for allowing the Holy Spirit to giude you. The words of inspiration and encouragement help me to reamin focused on His love for all of us. By the way, I believe that the tree is known as Osage. It was used in earlier time as hedges to mark of land. Due to it’s thorns settlers would create a type of border that would prevent trespassing animals as well as the wood itself had many purposes fro the indians as bows and arrows, dishes, musical instruments. The fruit however is not edible. (Osage Orange or Hedge Apple)

    Take care and God Bless

  4. Marnie, thank you for touching my heart once more and reminding me of my Source. Your emails stand out and shed light on my every day world. I am grateful.

    Renae

  5. Marnie,

    You always inspire! Thank you so much for your continued faithfulness to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! Wish I could meet you personally. Maybe one day I can come to one day I can make it there. I have from Chattanooga originally and now live in Charlotte. God Bless!

    Cindy Barclay

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