Part of the Old Hymns collection. We are redeemed by the blood of the lamb and are forever His. This collection is available as a black and white canvas, poster, blanket, throw pillow, coffee mug, tote bag, or iPhone case. The design has a brush-look cross in the background with a lamb in the foreground along with the lyrics of the old hymn, “Redeemed.” These home items are ready to help you proclaim that you have been redeemed by the blood of the Lamb.These would make great gifts for yourself, family and friends (and Christmas is only 164 days away!). To view or purchase an item in this collection, click the links in the collection titles above.
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We all hope for different things. Here in Florida, we can hope we will see at least a few days of fall weather or we can hope for the Jaguars to actually win a game. As parents, we hope our children will do well in school and that our adult children will be successful in their careers. When we are waiting on test results, we can hope the doctor’s news will be good news. Young adult women might hope their boyfriend will propose to them or that some boy they have their eye on will ask them out. We can hope to have a life of joy, contentment and peace. We can hope to reach retirement with enough money that we can rest from our labor and enjoy life. We can hope that our dreams will be fulfilled. But our greatest hope is found in Christ, the hope of glory (Colossians 1:27) which is the fulfillment of God’s promise to restore us. It is not a hope that is “wishful thinking” but a confident hope that is expectant, joyful as God works in us and through, molding and shaping us to be more like Christ and then one day we will see Christ face to face. As a Christian, our hope is in the redeeming power of God, His love, and the joy and peace that he brings as we place our hope and trust in Him.
The King of kings left the splendor of heaven to live among fishermen. He was born in a stable. He had dinner with sinners. Everywhere He went, He associated with people who were lost to a world of sin. People who desperately needed the Bread of Life. In John 6:35 Jesus said, I am the breadoflife. As His body was torn by the whip and nailed to a cross, His body and blood became the sacrifice for our sins. He invites us to come to the table. There is no one unwelcomed or unwanted. In fact, everyone sitting around the table, except for Jesus, are sinners…sinners who have been redeemed. It doesn’t matter what you’ve done or where you are. He holds His hand out to you now. The invitation has your name on it. Would you join the sinners who have been redeemed and take your place at the table?