redemption [ri-demp-shuh n] noun
3.Theology. deliverance from sin; salvation.
4.atonement for guilt.
5.repurchase, as of something sold.
6.paying off, as of a mortgage, bond, or note.
7.recovery by payment, as of something pledged.
Redemption, I Am.
From the beginning of time to the end I work and weave redemption in, with, and throughout mankind. Redemption is of the sweetest of honeys. If you could step outside of time and see with eyes divine you would be astounded at the redemption that my hand works!
Every life, every situation, is redeemed, or being redeemed. In every work I work good.
Experience my redemptive power, Child. Bask in it. LIVE in it!
Live in redemption for it is provided for you, free for you, but of great cost to me. Receive for I love to give and I give generously!
Prophets, apostles, historians, scribes, poets, wise men, musicians, even…and most importantly…my own Son, my one and only beloved Son, given for you. Redemption through the ages. Oh time, what beauty you possess in the redemptive history of God! What beautiful tapestry!
Oh, see your redemption! See it and live, Child! Live now! Live redeemed! Live in the redemption I have provided. Believe it, Child. The world cannot see it. Even my angels long to look into these things. Do not shirk from faith. Do not shrink back, Dear One.
You were bought at a price. Honor me, Child. Honor me, oh Redeemed of My Kingdom.
With me is FULL redemption. It is finished.
The vaults of heaven reverberate with the redeeming power of My Love!