The Heart of the Father!
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The heart of the Fathers Love towards us His children is beyond measure. Who can fathom the depth of His Love concerning each one of us? No man can keep the Universe together or even count the number of stars shining brightly up in the Heavens at night. Yet the Father has given us His Son, Jesus Christ, Who came and lived amongst us and then died for our sins on the Cross. He rose again triumphantly, defeating sin, death, and Hell itself.
How awesome it is now to imagine what Love would cause the Father to sacrifice His Only begotten Son upon that Cross of suffering so that we as mankind are now able to be reconnected to God Himself. We bow at the feet of Him Who sits upon the Throne and cry, “Abba Father”. We are in His Holy Presence, and we are well favored by our God. He is our strength and our anchor from the storms of life. As we abide in the Lord and He abides in us, all stress and worry, doubt and accusation by the evil one is gone.
The manifest Presence of the Lord overwhelms us and we are permeated with his Glory inside and outside of us. We love You Lord and the Place where Your Glory dwells. We are ushered into Your very Presence and we are comforted and given revelation of just how big and magnificent as well as powerful is Your very Countenance. Your desire is for us all to come and meet with You and to truly know
You. We are consumed by Your Love which goes on and on forever. Nothing can thwart the intensity of the Love which you have towards each one of us that seek You with all of our hearts.
Then said I, Woe is me! For I am undone; because I am a man of unclean lips, and I dwell in the midst of a people of unclean lip: for mine eyes have seen the King, the Lord of Hosts. Isaiah 6:5(NIV)
He determines the number of the stars and calls them each by name.
Because you are His sons, God sent the Spirit of His Son into our hearts, the Spirit Who calls out, “Abba Father”.
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