God is spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth.
Don’t think you are separated from God, he at the top end of a great ladder, you at the other. Dismiss any thought that God is on Venus while you are on earth. Since God is Spirit (John 4:23), he is next to you: God himself is our roof. God himself is our wall. And God himself is our foundation.
Moses knew this, “Lord,” he prayed, “you have been our home since the beginning (Psalm 90:1). What a powerful thought: God as your home. Your home is the place where you can kick off your shoes and eat pickles and crackers and not worry about what people think when they see you in your bathrobe.
Your home is familiar to you. No one has to tell you how to locate your bedroom. . .God can be equally familiar to you. With time you can learn where to go for nourishment, where to hide for protection, where to turn for guidance. Just as your earthly house is a place of refuge, so God’s house is a place of peace. God’s house has never been plundered, his walls have never been breached.
from ‘The Great House of God’
written by Max Lucado
artwork: ‘Victorian Spring ‘
artist: Susan Tolle Mcclure
available through art.com
Oh what a wonderful way to learn to think. I love Lucado. I am reading Just Like Jesus right now and I am gleaning so much from it.ReplyDelete
A beautiful thought Adrienne. I know that every time I need to talk to God I think of him as right here, with me, not far away in heaven. I have never really thought of it quite this way though, I like it!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, Adrienne, thanks for that devotional.ReplyDelete
Beautiful addition to what Rocky and I gleaned from today's message. Thank you. :)ReplyDelete
jAne at tickleberry farm
Beautiful!He is our home and our sure foundation!!Blessings from Salem~SharonReplyDelete