• Dive deep. Drown willingly

    Ted Dekker
  • The battle over flesh and blood cannot compare to the battle for the heart

    Ted Dekker
  • Immanuel, God with us-that He would leave the spiritual realm and be present in the flesh and blood in such an act of humility is a staggering notion. As it is, He willingly gave His blood, in the flesh, so that others might find life, for it is written: "He did not come by water only, but by blood," and "Without the shedding of blood there is no remission." Now blood is required to give new life to the dead. I tell you, He did not give only a small amount to satisfy this requirement. He was beaten and crushed and pierced until that blood flowed like a river for the sake of love. It was for love, not religion, that He died. There is a fountain filled with blood drawn from Immanuel's veins. And those plunged beneath that watery grave to drink of His blood will never be the same

    Ted Dekker
  • He knew me. He knew me through and through and he found no shame in me

    Ted Dekker
  • It's neither and it's both. That's the perfect kind of art. Labels only detract from the artist's intention

    Ted Dekker
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