Today’s message from God Calling – A. J. Russell, reminds us that Jesus took on our humanity, so that we can take on His divinity. That means we can live in divine power, peace, love, joy, unity, etc. All the Fruits of the Spirit are ours in Christ Jesus. In essence, when the veil was torn, the gates of Heaven opened wide to us.
I wrote this psalm some time ago, 2009, in fact. It came to mind as I read the message this morning.
How Beautiful is the Love of my Savior: How beautiful on the mountain are those nail pierced feet…and the hands, scarred and calloused, that reach for me. How beautiful is the voice that says, “Come unto me.” Oh, how beautiful is the love of my Savior. How beautiful, the precious blood shed on Calvary. How beautiful the prayer He prayed for you, and for me. How beautiful is the life He gave to set us free. Oh, how beautiful is the love of my Savior. How beautiful is the heart that’s filled with mercy and grace. How beautiful the day when we shall see His face. How beautiful is this King that opens wide Heaven’s gate. Oh, how beautiful is the love of my Savior…
I used to walk and collect cans and plastic bottles on Sunday mornings back then. I would walk and praise the Lord as I went along. the more I praise Him, the more praise He gives me. I got this one started one Sunday morning, and finished it under a little shade tree at the shelter I was living in, later that afternoon. God never fails us. Thanks to Jesus, we can live in divine power, in every sense of the word. We just get so distracted, overwrought, and overwhelmed, that we forget that-and all too often.
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Copyright by Marina Morrison (aka) Eden Stillwater, August 18, 2019, 2:08 p.m.