Jesus' Footprints

About

This blog is all about Jesus leaving His footprints in our hearts and in our lives.  He traveled all over the place, teaching and reaching out to people.  He spent His ministry demonstrating the Father’s unconditional and unfailing love for all people, including sinners and revealing His grace.  Jesus taught that salvation is for everyone and that heaven rejoices when we accept this precious gift.

This blog is simply about me sharing inspirational and encouraging messages that I get from reading and studying God’s Word and hoping that they will bless you as they have blessed me.

This blog is also about following Jesus.  He is our perfect Example of how to live in obedience to the Father’s Word and will.  Jesus invited us to follow Him.  Let us follow Him everyday by the way we conduct ourselves, treat others and live.

Therefore whoever hears these sayings of Mine, and does them, I will liken him to a wise man who built his house on the rock: and the rain descended, the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house; and it did not fall, for it was founded on the rock – Matthew 7:24, 25

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5 Responses to "About"

Hello,
I used your ‘vine’ photo for a show I just posted on UTube. I hope that’s okay. I do credit your blog site.
You can view it here: http://www.youtube.com/user/designsbydianne
I’ll have to view more of your blog here. Looks like you like digging into the Word and rightly dividing the Word.
God’s Best,
Dianne

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Hi there,

I finally got around to checking out your website. I read about how the ministry was started. And I checked out your section on the Sabbath. It’s amazing how many people believe that the seventh-day is the Jewish Sabbath when it is clear from the Scriptures that it is called the Sabbath of the Lord and it existed long before the Jews were mentioned. If God, the Father and the Son kept the Sabbath, shouldn’t we too? It’s the only day that was made for man and the only day the Lord calls His own.

May the Lord continue to bless your ministry.

AB

We are preparing some small books on ‘The Life of Jesus’ for our parish to be distributed to our congregation and have found in your website the photo of John the Baptist in Prison that we would like to use.

Could you please let me know if we are allowed to use this picture for our book to be published in large amounts or if we need to acknowledge your website as our source.

Would appreciate your response,
Carmela

Hi Camela,

It has been so busy with the holidays that I have only gotten around to checking my blog for comments and saw yours.

I usually get my images from the Internet. I don’t remember where I got the one I used for John the Baptist. You could use it without acknowleding my blog as your source or you can see about getting another image if not the same one from Goodsalt.com You would have to set up an account.

I wish you all the best with your ministry in sharing the life of Jesus and may God continue to bless you as you serve Him.

Blessings,

AB

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