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Let it Snow!

Good morning Trinity family and those who join us on our website,

It seems strange to not be in church together today, yet, together in heart as we each take the time today to seek the Lord in the quietness of our home sanctuaries. As you take time to quiet yourself in the Lord's presence, the space you are in becomes a place for His glorious presence!

Soon, according to the weather reports, the snow will begin to fall. Every time I see the beauty of snow my heart and mind go to the Word of the Lord in Isaiah 1:18, "Come, let's settle this," says the Lord, "Though your sins are scarlet, they will be as white as snow; though they are crimson red, they will be like wool."

Fast forward to Jesus' sacrifice for us--we are cleansed and made whole by His shed blood for each of us! Paul writes in Romans 5:8-9, "But God proves His own love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us. How much more then, since we have now been justified by His blood, will we be saved through Him from wrath."

What a precious reminder to each of us--cleansed and made righteous by the love of Jesus!

As the snow comes down later today and begins to cover the ground, let your heart rejoice in its "picture" of God's goodness and grace toward each of us!

Stay in, stay warm and we look forward to gathering together next Sunday for worship and our potluck fellowship.

Loving the Lord together,

Pastor Peggy

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