The Message that points to Christ on the Cross seems like sheer silliness to those hellbent on destruction, but for those on the way of salvation it makes perfect sense.
For even if the mountains walk away and the hills fall to pieces, My love won’t walk away from you, my covenant commitment of peace won’t fall apart.
During worship, these images flashed upon my inward eye. So here I am, trying to recapture the images that sprung to life in my mind this Sunday.
Source: http://denisepass.com/the-unqualified-chosen/ Another such moment was when I was in an excruciating court battle and my children had to testify. This hurt me more than words could ever say. I wanted to protect them. The LORD wanted me to trust His protection. But more than that, He taught me another lesson about what it means to…
No wonder God keeps saying, 'Come up here.'
God knew what he was doing from the very beginning. He decided from the outset to shape the lives of those who love him along the same lines as the life of his Son.
A post inspired by google's doodle! Whatever God created was defined by God as good. But then, man fell and in his fallen state started to redefine things. Duality reigned and everything started to rot and decay.
Restoration begins when you KNOW that God is your loving Mother. He paints that word picture beautifully in Isaiah 49:15.
So the Holy Spirit took the word “grace” and gave it a new luster, a new glory, as it was adopted by the Christian writers of the New Testament. My friend, the grace of God is His passion to share all His goodness with others. He delights today in doing good.
“God will never give you more than you can handle!” The erroneous phrase does more harm than good when we try to comfort, encourage or build up people who are going through difficult times.