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that can’t be true cause Luther says so. I’ll go with the word, I am a new creature ALL THINGS [caps mine] are becmoe new. Sorry, Brigitte, I’ll take the Word of God over Luther and his cohorts. I am not seen by God as a wretch any more. The blood of the Savior took care of that. Nothing I did took away my wretchedness. It was Christ that did that. â€œAmazing Grace, how sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me . I once was an enemy of God, now I am not. I once was not a child of God, now I am. I once was lost to God, but now I am not. I once was hell bound, but now I am not. Wretched (5005) (talaiporos from te1las = suffering, wretched or according to A T Robertson from tlao = to bear + poros = a callus) means afflicted, miserable, in a distressed condition. Wretched describes a very unhappy or unfortunate state in poor or pitiful circumstances. Yes, Paul says, What a wretched man I am! But I suggest you read the rest of the story. In himself he recognizes hopelessness, misery. But he says, Thanks be to God . It is through God, Jesus that the wretchedness of the saint is put to rest. I am sure you will not agree. But that’s ok. You live as a wretch, I will live as a new creation where all things are becmoe new. If I come of has harsh, forgive me. Don’t mean it that way.
hmmm cotton how about a set of his and hers manthicg pajamas (cheaper cotton undies). A little trip on a sail boat (with champagne) the sail is made from cotton. Adventurous? Isn’t there a trapeze school in NYC you could go for a trapeze lesson the gift could be a little pillow (to symbolize the safe place he will land on) and you could take the “plunge” together again. Want to go with the china.. manly coffee cup with a sappy I love you painted at the bottom of the cup. Cotton quilt (etsy)
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