July 27, 2006

How great are your works, O Lord, how profound your thoughts! PSALM 92:5

Posted in Uncategorized at 1:11 am by Devotions with MYK. Come, walk with me.

   How great are the works of our Lord. The things that he has spoken into existence are amazing. The functions of the body are profound. Did you know that as scientist study the body, they marvel at the fact that it has the power to reproduce itself. Our skin grows, our hair grows, and the heart continues to beat. Why then do we “pass on”?

   The answer is easy. Our bodies were not made for a time, but for eternity. After the fall of Adam and Eve it was bestowed upon man to die. But we shall “rise” in glorified bodies and have eternal communion with our ABBA father.

   How “…profound are…” his thoughts. Think about what you see as beautiful, a rose maybe, and trees during fall. Can you believe that these things “fail” in comparison to what must await us in heaven? The earth became cursed due to Adam and Eve. These things are ugly compared to the glories of our Lord.

   Or “…how did ________ know I needed that word? Or,” thank GOD that I was able to get food from the church…” Or whatever just seems to fall into place. The Lord does not think as we do. His has the future as well as the present set up for you. Give him Praise that he does not abandon us in our time of need. Give him thanks that he longs to embrace us even when we spit on him and turn our backs. Give him glory that we shall dwell in the house of GOD. AMEN.

                                                       Your Brother in Arms for CHRIST



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