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A Story In 25 Words: Unconditional Love

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A Story In 25 Words: Unconditional Love
For God loved the world so much that 
He gave his one and only Son...
-John 3:16


It's the Holy Week again.

I think it's apt for me to share the 25-word story I wrote that showed God's unconditional love to His people.


A Story In 25 Words:


Unconditional Love

Bruised, beaten, betrayed, and broken.
Wounded, wronged.
Woebegone.
Crestfallen.
Desperate, deserted, hanged, and left to die.
Yet, He loved them until the end of time.



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  1. Lux... these words capture so much of our brother Jesus... how much he loved us and how awful it was that he died for us... :-(

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  2. May God's mercy be always upon us.

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  3. Love and forgive are the most important factors in my life.

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  4. We can all learn so much from Him.

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  5. C'est si bien dit ♥

    Bisous et bon dimanche

    Manon

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  6. and risen, too! oh how He loves us!

    thanks for the greatest story ever told ... in its purest and simplest form, Lux.

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  7. This week is very important, and I loved learning more about it and teaching it to the children in Kidzchurch today. On Easter Sunday I will also be getting baptized, so I am looking forward to doing that :)

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  8. Loving Him is all that counts. Much has happened around and about our world forever. Thanks.

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  9. Simply beautiful and inspiring. I love this poem.

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  10. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. Love this. Thank you Lux!

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  11. Very powerful and in only a few words! Lots of emotion comes through too.
    ~Jess

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  12. Beautiful post!
    www.alessandrastyle.com

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  13. Have a lovely day my dear Lux!
    Xx,
    Nilu Yuleena
    BIG hair LOUD mouth

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  14. Very powerful and meaningful.

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  15. That image always have me teary eye. Lovely words from a lovely person.

    Kreyola Jounerys | Instagram

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  16. This is a beautiful tribute to our Savior's gift of the cross, Lux.

    Thank you for sharing.

    Blessings!

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  17. Those 25 words say SO much, Lux! Beautiful and heart breaking at the same time. That picture gave me chills!

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  18. Wow. The picture made me gasp. He suffered so much for us. And yet, HE LIVES!

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  19. Loved the way you write..beautiful!!

    Have a blessed week ahead!
    Charu
    http://www.myglossyaffair.com/
    http://www.myfashionfootprints.com/

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  20. Ooosssshhheey turn uP!! Its amazing Bubba, how he loves us regardless.. I mean each time i sin knowingly, i feel broken not cause he will leave me yeah, but cause i know that he is there with me, even in my iniquity.. its the holy week Lux, and maybe, just maybe i will change.. But all in all, I believe GOD reads blog, so...

    Dear papa, i know my life is confused.com all time evertime yeah.. But i love you Regardlses pof my shenanigans.. Thank you for loving me... Ooossshhheey Turn uP!!! and the crowd goes.. Awwwwwwwgghhhh :)

    P.S: Thanks for visiting the Young and Confused Blog, you had me blushing like a fish with your kind comment.. Fileh a Dont touch it!!! **Wears Mr. Nigeria smile...

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  21. Great post and Lovely words!!!!!
    Tnx for sharing!
    xo Paola
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  22. means more ahead of Easter

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  23. Beautiful and spot on :-)

    Have a tanfastic week & thanks for sauntering by :-)

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  24. Such is His love...
    I wish we also learnt to forget and forgive...
    Live and let live!

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  25. Lovely post, helps us remember the true meaning of Easter :)

    Rachel xx
    http://www.thedailyluxe.net

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  26. About time we reflect on our lives and how we lived. Thanks for reminding everyone what the Lenten season really is all about.

    Jenn
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    The Pink Lemonade Girl

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  27. Don't need more words than that...

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  28. Adorable post and I really love these words!
    Have a nice day!
    Natallia Jolliet
    http://www.alexphotographygeneva.blogspot.com/

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  29. let's love forgive and forget in this small world :)
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  30. Beautiful girl. Beautiful. Easter is all about his sacrifice and him rising.

    Kay of Pure & Complex
    www.purecomplex.com

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  31. Passion Week- powerful imagery- what resurrection power would explode in my life if I meditated on His sacrifice. So beautiful. Thanks Lux.

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  32. Good to keep in mind; thanks for sharing- especially this week!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  33. what a lovely post for easter! :-) x

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  34. Aquele produto é muito bom! ;)

    Não comemoro a semana santa, mas achei bonitas as palavras!

    Ótima terça!

    Beijo! ^^

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  35. You said much in less words..beautiful :)
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  36. I missed your blog doll. Gosh! glad am back
    fashionitazbybuiti.blogspot.com

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  37. Great way to start the month. Thank you! :)

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  38. This is lovely. Christ's story in 25 words.

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  39. Wonderful, expressive, beautiful reminder of his love.

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  40. Powerful. Sometimes less is more, as you've demonstrated here. Thank you for linking up with us at Grace & Truth!

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  41. Love it when writers share poetry- simply beautiful.:) Stopping over from #TellHisStory

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  42. Beautiful. Perfect post for this time of year. <3

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  43. Hi, dear Luxie! I need to express this to you again. You have become a wonderful friend and I deeply appreciate it. I also appreciate the things that are on your mind and that are important to you, such as unconditional love. Your 25 word story is powerful and gives us all something to ponder as we prepare for Easter. Again, you are a very special friend, Lux, and I am lucky to have you in my world. :)

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  44. Beautiful! Visiting from Testimony Tuesday where we are neighbors. I wrote about holy week today too.

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  45. Unconditional love is what we're all seeking!

    Suze | LuxuryColumnist

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  46. You did such a great job!

    -Kati

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  47. Simply beautiful. Have a blessed Easter-xx

    Shauna

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  48. Love this doll perfectly written and have a bless holiday.

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  49. Such lovely words, love does eventually win over everything!
    Xx,
    Nilu Yuleena
    BIG hair LOUD mouth

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  50. So inspiring. Thanks for sharing. xx

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  51. You really covered a lot in twenty five words! Excellent job, Lux!

    Julie

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  52. I like the alliteration and the unexpected last line. Very nice poem, Lux.

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  53. Thanks for sharing this...today I have to ponder...
    I appreciate this Word, and it is just right to be sorrowful...
    I look forward to experience the church masses before Easter.
    I hope you continue to do this to bless more people and share us life's goodness.

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  54. This is beautiful, dear Lux. Thank you!

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  55. you're a beautiful writer.

    Sacrifice. That's what its always about.

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  56. great!!!
    Xx
    S.
    www.manthroughclothes.blogspot.com

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  57. Short story, yet right on point!

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  58. So great for our Lord's unfailing love. Nothing or no one compares...
    Blessings to you, this Easter

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  59. His offering has given us a new life and forgiveness, with hope and peace!
    A beautiful post!

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  60. I'm not incredibly religious but I do believe in God and Christianity and this really is a beautiful post of appreciation and love xxx

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  61. unconditional love is that rarest of jewels!

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  62. No love is greater than that!

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  63. 25 very powerful and descriptive words! Beautiful! Have a blessed Easter!

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  64. Beautiful words, Lux! I love the unconditional love that God offers to us. Hope you have a Happy Easter :)

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  65. Short, simple, beautiful -- super post. Thanks.

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  66. Have a wonderul Easter Lux!

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  67. Simply beautiful!!!

    xoxo
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  68. So beautifully written! Sometimes you don't need a lot of words for your message to come across :) XO Naomi in Wonderland

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  69. Beautiful!

    See you Lux xx

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  70. Those are beautiful words and very thought provoking.x x

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  71. Such a powerful image! God's love is endless. Happy Easter.
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  72. God's perfect love given in incredible sacrifice. Blessings to you!

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  73. there is no greater love than in him
    have a great easter

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  74. Incredible post !!!!!


    xo
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  75. That was absolutely beautiful! Thank you for linking up your post on Mother 2 Mother Sunday's Best!

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  76. thank god for loving us so much.

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  77. This is so beautiful!

    @spreadingJOY
    Marie

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  78. Such beauty in the simplicity of this. It really made me chew on each of those words. It doesn't take much to tell this incredible story. Great writing my friend!

    -Sam
    http://www.recklesslyalive.com

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  79. Wow! The weight of 25 words can be so profound. Great job, Lux.

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  80. The essential message so beautifully expressed, Lux.

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