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Word-Filled Wednesday: For You

Welcome to my contribution to Word-Filled Wednesday, hosted each week by the lovely Amy Deanne at her blog.

I'm guessing this will not be the only Word-Filled Wednesday post with this theme today, but this is a message we, truly, can never hear too often.

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And he took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, "This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me." Luke 22:19 NIV

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14 comments:

  1. That is the perfect picture for that scripture.

    Have a blessed Resurrection Day and Happy WFW!

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  2. Beautiful!! I cannot wait to see everbody else's pictures and scriptures. This is probably one of the best WFW we ever had!!

    Thanks for sharing God's word!!

    Blessings to you!!

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  3. Praise God for what Jesus did for us.

    We must never forget.

    Hope you have a blessed WFW♥

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  4. Oh, wow, Joanne. Very powerful!

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  5. I never tire of hearing this message. How life-changing it was for me. Thank you for posting such a powerful picture and Scripture! Happy WFW and Happy Easter.

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  6. Beautiful, thank you ~

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  7. How perfect!

    Thanks for sharing!

    -Ashley

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  8. Joanne....
    Perfect...I have to tell you that attending the Passover Seder just brought ALL of this such deeper meaning for me....What a reminder of the Body and Blood, broken for you and me...
    powerful...

    peace!
    lori

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  9. Perfect, just like Him!

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  10. Very powerfual imagery for this scripture.

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  11. Hi JoAnne,
    I wanted to let you know I read your powerful salvation story yesterday on Laura Lee's blog. Wow! Touched my heart so deeply. We have several co-workers who are Jewish and your story gives me such hope! How beautifully the Lord spoke to you through that passage in Isaiah. Thank you for sharing your amazing story.

    I've managed to missed you on WFW. Wednesdays are a very busy day at work, are rarely allow time to follow up on many of the links I'd like to. = ) So glad to have seen this one today. Blessings to you and your family for a wonderful Easter!

    Blessings,
    Tracy

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