Time has become a luxury and we ought to make the best out of the time we have. Yes.
Now, there are a few things here and there that I can be doing to make the most of my time… But I choose to write. I’m on the balcony, and there’s a big cat cleaning herself on my lap, and I choose to write.
God is so good. He makes everything beautiful in His time. And just to know that He loves us… Well, that’s one great thought that we should never allow to take a step away from our minds.
In this imperfect world, we are bound to create and observe imperfections. We are bound to make mistakes as much as we are able to see them. But thank God. Yes, thank God because He loves us.
To know that God loves us means that we may be rejected by the whole world, but we are secure in the love of the One who made it all.
Our confidence is no longer in anyone or anything else. Our confidence has no foundation in our own physical strength, knowledge and/or prowess. Our confidence is in Christ. Our trust is in Christ, our Savior.
So wherever we are, whoever we’re with, whatever we are doing, we ought to know that we are doing it in His presence. Apart from Him, we can do nothing. We can do everything through Christ who strengthens us.
We hate sin, and we are no longer focused on it. Every breath we take, every beat of our heart is done in Christ, whose perfect love casts out all sin. We who believe are truly able to behold the glory of God in all things, to the point that there is nothing greater, sweeter to do than to just stay focused on Him.
Our God is an awesome God. I am just amazed. This is our God, our Abba, our Abba Father! There is no other like our boundless, timeless Creator and Father.. And we couldn’t stop thanking Jesus Christ, His Son, our Savior, for making Him truly known to us!
Thank You Lord! Truly, truly, you inhabit the praises of Your people. Signs and wonders continue to naturally manifest in Your presence, declaring Your eternal glory even in this dark day and age.
In Christ is life, and this life is the light of men. Let us arise, yes, let us arise and shine, for Christ, our Light, is with us! And though the darkness grows ever darker, surely His light grows ever so brighter, that kings and leaders come! Halleluyah, Halleluyah!
Again, thank You, thank You, Jesus. You make all things new. You make all things beautiful. Halleluyah.