For the Love of…God & Heaven

First day
First Day In Heaven

Let this picture sink in for a minute. What do you see?

Due to circumstances that happened in the last couple of weeks and the challenge of my pastor this morning of us being good stewards of our faith, I felt this picture, which has been floating around on Facebook for awhile, needed to be coupled with just a few of the thoughts that were shared this morning.

How gracious and magnificent is your love OF me and FOR me O, Lord.

  1. Do you know how much you are loved?  Psalm 139:14 says …I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful. Verse 13 explains that He knew us and made our inmost being while still in our mother’s womb. You are His child, He made you, warts and all. Even though you may have challenges, He does not leave you to get through them alone.
  2. Do you know that He is always there for us? Psalm 139:5, You hem me in – behind and before.  There is no where we can go that He can not reach us. Check out vs 7-10. God loves us so much and He is thinking about us all the time, ever guiding and filled with adoration for us.
  3. When it is your time for your life to be complete, He is there waiting for you as in the picture above. But remember He is the only one who knows how many days you are to have. We all have a set time according to His purpose.

The books of the Psalms are filled with His love and guidance for us. My favorite is Psalm 119. Its the longest Psalm and the longest chapter in the entire bible. But it is broken down into 8 verse sections of poem and prayer. Each section starts off with a different letter of the Hebrew alphabet. I challenge you to read it and learn of His love for you.

And in all things be Kind.

5 thoughts on “For the Love of…God & Heaven

  1. I did not know that each verse of Psalm 119 begins with a different letter of the Hebrew alphabet! Psalms is one of my favorite books in the Bible. Such beautiful words. I love your final injunction to be kind! 🙂

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