|You’ve probably noticed I posted this scene again, but this is a different picture; I played with the levels and saturation more on this one.|
“And, again I say… In God we trust, because in Christ, we trust.
‘Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God and keep His commandments, For this is man’s all. For God will bring every work into judgment, Including every secret thing, Whether good or evil.’ (Ecclesiastes 12:13, 14 NKJV)”
– Sample 63, The Beauty In Faith
Christ established faith in us. As Christ is always with us, He develops this faith, and thank God, He is faithful to perfect this faith – He is faithful to finish the work He began in us. God is not a God of unfinished business.
There is no more room for fear. There is no more room for fear of lack or complete absence of progression. The Word says that even the righteous man may stumble seven times but he will keep coming back up. Christ is the reason why we keep coming back up. Christ is the reason we keep on going. It isn’t about positive thinking more than it is about Christ-consciousness.
He is with us in the light and in the dark. He knows everything we are going through, He knows our struggles, He knows what inspires us and what drags us down… And though we may have our own ideas regarding the best possibility in every circumstance, we would do well to know that Christ is the Way, the Truth, and the Life – Yes, He Himself is all these things, and before we try to figure out His ways, before we try to think WWJD, we would do well to just remain in J’s presence.
Christ said to seek the Kingdom of God and His righteousness – Well, I believe Christ HIMSELF is the absolute perfect embodiment of the nature of God’s Kingdom (‘…peace and joy in the Holy Spirit’, per Romans 14:17), and Christ Himself is not just THE Righteousness, but OUR Righteousness.
I guess what I’m trying to say now is before we try to figure out why that rainbow is there, let’s appreciate the fact that it’s there. The reasons and the revelations follow.
It’s no longer a matter of us finding Christ’s presence. He’s the One who’s with us. He’s the One who never leaves nor forsakes us. He is in us, and we are in Him. Jesus paid it all. Jesus did it all.
I remember being in a similar state of exhilaration when I saw that rainbow for the first time. Only this time, it just seems so much clearer to me that Christ’s love is as uncompromising as it is unconditional, in the sense that it just keeps coming and it never stops.
Halleluyah! What a Savior!