Spc. Mitchell Eidsvold (left), Spc. Michael Hons (center), and Sgt. Scott Jenson (right) of the 191st Military Police Company race towards the finish line of the Fallen Soldiers Memorial 12K run, while wearing full combat equipment and carrying the American Flag. The run took place in Devils Lake, N.D. on June 23, 2012. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Brett Miller, 116th Public Affairs Detachment) (Released)
David Buckle11 months ago (edited)God promises that He will take care of us entirely, totally, perfectly: that’s His part. For this promise to be accomplished, we must also do our part: love God. In His great love, God doesn’t stop being good to those who don’t love Him. However, when people love Him, He’s enabled to go even further in His love! “And we know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them.” (the Bible, Romans 8:28, NLT) Loving God fully (not only halfway, according to the mood you might be in) is part of one of the two greatest commandments. Only… When an adverse wind blows in our lives, loving God with such intensity may seem impossible to us or beyond our abilities. So, what does this truly mean, to love God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength? Loving God with all your heart is loving Him with honesty, like someone loves a spouse: wholeheartedly. Even when we don’t understand all of His ways, we can love Him with a heart that says, “Yes, I will follow You, and I will trust You.” Even when we feel distraught, lost at sea, we can love Him by saying, “I am my beloved’s, And my beloved is mine. He feeds his flock among the lilies.” (Song of Solomon 6:3) Loving God with all your soul is loving Him by longing to be in His presence, be attached to Him. The Lord is the only One who can satisfy our souls completely: “I thirst for God, the living God. When can I go and stand before him?” ( Psalm 42:2) Loving God with all your mind is loving Him by turning our thoughts to Him. When our minds are filled with all sorts of guilty or negative thoughts, God gives us the strength to redirect them to Him and His kindness: “I lie awake t hinking of you, meditating on you through the night.” (Psalm 63:6) Loving God with all your strength is also loving Him with perseverance. When fatigue creeps into our daily lives, when we become weary in our love, God comes to remind us that He alone loves us with a relentless love.
Be strong, as able,
but if we're lacking
you know where to
turn, limitless grace know there is enough
of Him to cover my own faults, i pray thee.
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a lesson: liars lose - action, not words
Life is all fun and games
until you drive away the one
you love. All things have a place
in our lives it is just that some are more
important than others. The sooner you learn
the difference the happier you will be. Never
forget the presence;
importance of the
Lord in your life.
do you feel like i do?
on the side of the house,
just beside the living-room @ NASA
Oh, Lee. THANK YOU!
giving props to -
God will provide https://heatherquiroz.com/2019/12/14/god-will-provide
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Hebrew Israelite. So called Native American (North, Middle & South)
Indians were originally BLACK before mass mixing WITH other Nations.
Native Indians are the SAME people; as the so called African Americans
(also the Moors & Aboriginals of Australia). They are Hebrew Israelites of
The Bible from the 12 tribes of Yeshua (ISRAEL). The Bible's about BLACK
people NOT white. Christ is a BLACK ma n according to the Bible. Do wake. https://GatheringofChrist.org YouTube 'm not ashamed to. worship The Lord.
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