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"And through Him God reconciled everything to himself. He made peace with everything in heaven and on earth by means of Christ's blood on the cross."
- Colossians 1:20 (New Living Translation)


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Happy Good Friday everyone! I was debating on when I should post this new wallpaper this weekend. I had originally planned to do this on Easter Sunday, but I knew how busy things might get that day - even though it shouldn't have to be.

So, with that in mind, and for the added benefit that more people could enjoy this throughout the whole Easter weekend, I've decided to post this on the site today. So, I present to you my 84th inspirational wallpaper called, "Salvation".

Although this picture is a mash-up of 2 images - the background and crosses (see below for image attribution) - I thought they fit nice together to convey the idea of what happened some 2,000 years ago when Christ came and died on the cross to pay the penalty of man's sin. Through Jesus' shed blood on the cross, He conquered the penalty of sin, which is death.

Now, I realize that the actual site didn't really look like this image, but I really liked the added symbolism of the bridge in the background. Why? Because Jesus was the only way for man to reach God. He is our bridge to the Father. There is nothing we can do on our own to get to Heaven. Only through believing in what Jesus did for us, and accepting Him as our Savior, can we be cleansed and become children of God. This is what the season of Easter means to born-again believers of God.

If you aren't sure of where you are going to go when you die, you can be sure by accepting Jesus as your Lord and Savior today. (Visit this site for more on how you can do this.)

The best success plan that was ever accomplished was when God sent His Son to earth to die for mankind. And Jesus, by His death on the cross and resurrection 3 days later, completed God's master plan for saving mankind from their sin.

In closing, I'd like to wish you all a wonderful Easter this year.
- Original blog entry from 04.02.2010

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