He is Risen!Kaci Rigney Though sins are many Or sins are few They separate us from The one who makes hearts new But on the cross The Perfect Lamb A sacrifice of The worthy Great I AM To make Him sin On our behalf To pay the price and Bear for us God’s great wrath … Continue reading He Is Risen!
God's Mercy, My RansomKaci Rigney 4/2/2021 The crown of thornsOn His browPierced Him deepA mocking bowPierced deeper still His blood spillingTo the groundHis hands, his feetBy cruel nails boundHis Father's will Wails of sorrowGuilt and shameBy God's mercyRedemption cameAnd sweeter still His grace releasedSins atonedMy ransom paidThru Christ aloneOn Calvary's hill
Trust in the Lord with all your heart; and lean not on your own understanding. Proverbs 3:5
This week as spring has sprung and I’ve been spending time in the backyard. We’ve been experiencing windy, chilly days, but the last couple of days, even with wind, it’s been lovely. New growth. New life. New buds and flowers. Ah! The joys of Springtime! Each season brings something we can look forward to seeing—colorful … Continue reading Spring has Sprung
Meditation and Prayer for today.
As You look through your house, what do you see? Your home reflects you, your style, your likes, your passions. As fashions change, do yours change? As I have mentioned in earlier posts, we have been purging. In January, we eliminated 500 items to declutter our home. Lately, I find myself walking by an object … Continue reading Reflection
Write a poem or short story about this photo.
Shutterfly photo books are a personal favorite. We must have at least a dozen 8 x 8 books of trips, gardens, and family memories. Recently, I finished this coffee table project, Pictures and Poems which includes forty original inspirational poems and twice as many photos. Limited autographed personalized copies available for $35.00, including shipping. Check … Continue reading Poems & Pictures
Writing Tip: Less is More Less is more, so omit those needless words. Most of the time you can omit the words that, just, and sometimes, had.How many had survived the shooting? omit had I just thought I should say something. omit justShe said that she would rather die. omit that Continue reading here: https://kacirigney.com/writing-tips/