The Precious Blood

By March 31, 2015November 28th, 2018Loving the Lord, Planted Blog

As we enter Holy Week, the week in which we remember Christ’s final days on this earth, His triumphal entry into Jerusalem upon a colt, the last teachings to His disciples, the betrayal, the whippings, His sacrificial death and His glorious resurrection…the words of the Puritans relay His magnificence far more than I could ever try.
Hallejuiah, He is risen!

Love, Wendy



From Valley of Vision

Blessed Lord Jesus,
Before Thy cross I kneel and see

the cross

the heinousness of my sin,
my iniquity that caused Thee to be ‘made a curse’
the evil that excites the severity of divine wrath.

Show me the enormity of my guilt by
crown of thorns

the crown of thorns
the pierced hands and feet,
the bruised body,
the dying cries.

Thy blood is the blood of incarnate God,
its worth infinite, its value beyond all thought.

Infinite must be the evil and guilt that demands such a price.

Sin is my malady, my monster, my foe, my viper,
born in my birth,
alive in my life,
strong in my character,
dominating my faculties,
following me as a shadow,
intermingling with my every thought,
my chain that holds me captive in the empire of my soul.


Sinner that I am, why should the sun give me light,
the air supply breath,
the earth bear my tread,
its fruits nourish me,
its creatures subserve my ends?

Yet Thy compassions yearn over me,
Thy heart hastens to my rescue,
Thy love endured my curse,
Thy mercy bore my deserved stripes.

prisoner freed

Let me walk humbly in the lowest depths of humiliation,
bathed in Thy blood,
tender of conscience,
triumphing gloriously as an heir of salvation.


Wendy Foulke

Author Wendy Foulke

Wendy is married to Dave and they have three sons, two daughters-in-law, and a daughter. The Foulke family has attended Christ the Word since moving to Toledo in 2007. Wendy serves as director of Women of the Word ministries and blogs at reflect-i.com. She enjoys reading and traveling. Her favorite places to visit are the United Kingdom and Montana, and she one day hopes to visit Iceland!

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