10 years ago right now I was preparing to walk down the aisle, to this guy. Marriage isn’t always easy, but it is the best adventure I have ever been on. I always knew my priority in life was to find my rock to build a life with because at the end of the day, when our babies are on to building lives of their own, he will be the one I grow old with. Building our foundation is hands down the best gift we could show those girls of ours💛
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I love traveling to new places. This week we spent a few days in Las Vegas. It was quite the experience.
We don’t play in the casinos but between shows, sightseeing and eating out we had a great time.
Next getaway...Puerto Rico? ❤️❤️ 🤞🏼🤞🏼🤞🏼 I’m in desperate need of some beach time! #lasvegas#getaway#vacation#springbreak#familytime
From catching up in Las Vegas, a road trip through Death Valley and the Big Sur, to soaking up the sun in San Francisco, looking up at the redwoods and sipping wine in Napa Valley.
This has been the trip of a life time. ❤ @great_simple_food
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In case you feel like what Jesus did on Good Friday can’t apply to YOUR sins— his forgiveness and sacrifice on the cross covers ALL.
The greater the sin, the greater the appreciation of forgiveness! Don’t allow feelings of doubt, or fear of judgement, to stop you from receiving his invitation to be forgiven. There is no judgement on the cross, only Jesus and his grace.
“Jesus said to him, “Simon, I have something to tell you.” “Oh? Tell me.” “Two men were in debt to a banker. One owed five hundred silver pieces, the other fifty. Neither of them could pay up, and so the banker canceled both debts. Which of the two would be more grateful?”
Simon answered, “I suppose the one who was forgiven the most.” “That’s right,” said Jesus. Then turning to the woman, but speaking to Simon, he said, “Do you see this woman? I came to your home; you provided no water for my feet, but she rained tears on my feet and dried them with her hair. You gave me no greeting, but from the time I arrived she hasn’t quit kissing my feet. You provided nothing for freshening up, but she has soothed my feet with perfume. Impressive, isn’t it? She was forgiven many, many sins, and so she is very, very grateful. If the forgiveness is minimal, the gratitude is minimal.”
Then he spoke to her: “I forgive your sins.” That set the dinner guests talking behind his back: “Who does he think he is, forgiving sins!” He ignored them and said to the woman, “Your faith has saved you. Go in peace.””
Luke 7:36-50 MSG