What Kind of God?



What Kind of God?


What kind of man

would dive into a raging sea

to save a drowning child

that he might live and breathe?


What kind of woman

would give her only piece of bread

to feed hungry children

that she might starve herself instead?


What kind of God

would die a death vulgar and cruel

to save a wanton sinner

from the plight of feckless fools?


What kind of person

would not heed such Love Divine

and receive the gift of grace

 Christ has given as yours and mine?






Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous man,

though for a good man someone might possibly dare to die.

Romans 5:7




But God demonstrates his own love for us in this:

While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.

Romans 5:8




Christmas is just around the corner,

and I thought I would focus this post on why Jesus came to earth in the first place.




It certainly was not to boost retail sales in the dead of winter.

Emmanuel means: ‘God with us.’

Christ came to rescue and save us.




God did not send his Son to shake his finger at us.

For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world,

but to save the world through him.

John 3:17

This is why the Gospel is called the ‘Good News.’




The bad news is that every person has missed the mark of righteousness.

Everyone needs a Savior;

it ain’t Superman or Spiderman

 Prime Minister Stephen Harper and President Obama won’t be able to save us either…

 as I am sure you know by now!


Whoever believes in him is not condemned,

but whoever does not believe stands condemned already

because he has not believed in the name of God’s one and only son.

John 3:18





 Jesus is God’s gift to us.


I am going to take some time off of blogging

to finish up making some Christmas gifts for my family.

~~~~~~~~~ I will be back when I am all done.~~~~~~~~~~~


~~~~~~~~~~~~~I appreciate the gift of all of you.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 

******You have encouraged and blessed me for 18 months of blogging.***** 

++++++My desire is to encourage and bless you back (into 2014 and beyond).++++++ 



 Wendy xo 




36 thoughts on “What Kind of God?

  1. Thank you for sharing your day at the beach…wonderful and beautifully captured! Have fun making all those gifts for the holidays. God bless you and your family during the season of Christmas. ~Zoey

  2. This is so wonderful, Wendy–I am drowning in the BLUE photos I love so much! And, that is always my question: why do folks “pass up” the Ultimate Gift of Christ?? Enjoy your time away from blogging–I would love a break, but doubt I can manage it… God bless you BIG–much love, sis Caddo

  3. Thank you, dear Wendy, for such a heart-full post, yearning for all to accept God’s gift. Just beautiful, from top to bottom. God bless you as you prepare gifts and bless others always!

  4. Love your Christmas Tree shape at the end of the Post. I think it is a lovely time to stop our normal routines so as to focus on the meaning of Christmas and Advent. Blessings to you as we approach Christmas.

  5. What a lovely and meaningful post. Fitting for the joyous season of Christmas! Have a great time with your loved ones and a blessed Christmas, Wendy.

  6. Blessings on your time off Wendy. I am pondering doing the same. I love your photos and words. Will await your return. And big amen to your words in this post. Jesus IS the reason for the season!

  7. God’s blessings to you Wendy as you focus on preparing your heart and home during this Advent/Christmas season. Thank you for the beautiful post highlighting the real reason for the season, as they say. ~ Laura

  8. This ties in so beautifully with the message in church this morning (it’s tomorrow here already 🙂 ) Wonderful words Wendy, just wonderful xx

  9. I loved the message in this post. I loved the beautiful photos you shared. I love Jesus. Truly His is a message of hope to a lost and dying world. Have a beautiful Christmas with your family.

  10. “Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous man,

    though for a good man someone might possibly dare to die.” Romans 5:7

    Hi Wendy…

    Another captivating post as per usual. I loved the photos and the way you have highlighted God´s power and dearness through your poetic words.
    Truly beautiful. Best wishes to you, Aquileana 😛

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