Category Archives: Fall 2017 Devotions

The Dress | Countenance of Christ: Where Am I?

Dear Bride, your countenance tells your real story. There is no getting away from it. Those closest to you see what is happening in your heart before you say a word or have an opportunity to put on the “I’m fine, everything is okay” mask we all are guilty of wearing at times. My oldest…

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His Word | Countenance of Christ: Ephesians 5:27

     “He did this to present her to himself as a glorious church without a spot or wrinkle or any other blemish. Instead, she will be holy and without fault.” Ephesians 5:27 (NLT) This week we focus in on the verse that started it all for The Grace Mask blog back in 2012 and…

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Countenance of Christ: Sariah

My name is Sariah Forth. I live in Flora, Illinois, with my family and work in the North Clay school district. My assignment for the Fall Introductory issue is The Dress: Jesus’ Love. Aurelia is my cousin and we’ve talked quite a bit about Ephesians 5:26 so I look forward to sharing my story regarding…

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Engaged | Beautiful Inside: Follow Through

“Jesus, draw our hearts close to You so we may follow You and experience a deeper relationship with You.” I think it’s easy for us to miss the “inner beauty” link connecting the “heart yes” to the beauty of the countenance of Christ and eventually the spiritual fruit produced. We are a culture and a…

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Engaged | Beautiful Inside: Where Am I?

When we say yes with all our heart, we are saying yes to a very personal God who encourages relationships. The Bible says in Romans 5:11 “So now we can rejoice in our wonderful new relationship with God because our Lord Jesus Christ has made us friends of God.” Saying yes to Jesus makes us…

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