WRAPPÈD


Mystery song

Heaven's darling wrapped in shame
Clueless, at the foot of that
Ancient cross

my conscience could not
comprehend the trial
of my flesh

O’ the demands of the justice
Of heaven, no one could plead
But love

Only love could carry the heavy
Burdens of this wretched soul,
Chained to the bottom of the
Tree of the knowledge of
good and evil

Beauty at its worst, my
Sins His sentence, my
Death was his death

Mingling of death and life;
Death seemed to have
Conquered.

Life has surrendered, willingly
For death and sin to finish
Their chaotic pilgrim, through
The corridors of justice;
Crushing the soul and flesh
Of the sinless-beloved

thy
Scars plead; the image of the
Health and freedom of the
Nations

You wore it with dignity and
Pity like a priestly garment

Now, I wore peace within this
Castle like the stillness of
the ocean

Beyond the cross, the beauty of
Heaven holds the keys of power,
Sonship and freedom, with the
Souls of men in victory March,

Leaving an empty tomb behind.

My chains are gone, I have
Become a million choir of
Praise, filling this air
With love melodies

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“He is despised and rejected of men; a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief: and we hid as it were our faces from him; he was despised, and we esteemed him not.

Surely he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted.

But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed.”
‭‭Isaiah‬ ‭53:3-5‬ ‭KJV‬‬

JESUS IS NOT ASHAMED OF YOU


Almost overnight...Change
Almost overnight…Change

Gravity of Grace Note: Today marks a very important milestone in my journey with Jesus. Exactly three years ago, I felt born again, again, after years and years of addiction to a religion of self effort, works, condemnation, shame, guilt and sin consciousness. Have the liberty to check my encounter with Jesus, at the ABOUT page on gravity of grace, for more details. I celebrate the loveliness of Christ Jesus with you in mind; for who God is and all that He has done through Christ Jesus…giving humanity a platform, to share in the influence of His grace. Nate Pyle inspirational post, is my grace birthday to you. May you experience the goodness and mercies of God through this life terrain, as you walk with Jesus, the lover of your soul. Lots of love from me to you! – McDaniels Gyamfi

Shame is, perhaps, the greatest isolating force there is; keeping grace an unattainable arm’s length away from those needing it most.

I’ve noticed how Jesus never shamed those who knew all too well the pain of shame. Jesus called the prostitute – she who was used and shamed by the same people – daughter. To the woman who had five husbands, he offered living water. To the man born blind – who was shamed and whose parents were shamed for some unknown sin because their son was born blind – Jesus lifted up saying his blindness was for the glory of God.

When the rich young man walked away, Jesus did not shame him. Jesus did not shame Peter for his denial, but breathed encouragement over him as he told Peter to feed his sheep. He praised the Samaritan woman. He touched the lepers. He told called the children to himself.

Of so many people, Jesus was not ashamed. And Jesus is not ashamed of you.condemnation

You, with the deep down secret of things done in darknessJesus is not ashamed of.

You, with the pulsating fear of being found outJesus is not ashamed of.

You, who feels ashamed of the perpetration done to youJesus is not ashamed of.

You, who is ashamed of the image in the mirrorJesus is not ashamed of.

You, who have yelled too loud and too inappropriatelyJesus is not ashamed of.

You, who have been cast out by those ashamed of you – Jesus is not ashamed of.

You, who have returned to the addictive cycle again and againJesus is not ashamed of.

Me, who feels not good enoughJesus is not ashamed of.

The Gospel good news shining light on the darkness of shame is that Jesus is not ashamed to call you sister or brother (Hebrews 2:11)

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