The Son was so intimately committed to the will of the Father, he could not even imagine doing anything solo.
My soul is buoyed as I read of God’s character of compassion, his unfailing love, and the glory of his Kingdom.
I could not begin to count the number of times I have sung, “I’ve got a river of life flowing out of me, makes the lame to walk and the blind to see.”
In a world that so regularly resorts to violence and coercion, God reminds us that his eternal shalom is on the way.
Take time this Sabbath to meditate on today’s passage from Psalm 32.
God’s Kingdom is about love, mercy, forgiveness, compassion, justice, humility, reconciliation, surrender, obedience, faithfulness.
In all of their misinterpretations of the Kingdom of God and in all of their misunderstandings of who Jesus was, one thing was certain.
When our words and actions don’t align, a barrier is erected between us and others. The longer this goes on, the more hardened our heart becomes.
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