top of page

Blinded?



Blinded? In a way our relationship with God is like that damp deck. God wants a personal relationship with you and I; He wants to cover us with His grace. But we can’t even stand in His holiness for an instant or we might be blinded by its perfection.


Think about it. The Lord of the Universe is holy, holy and even more holy. We live under, in and with God’s holiness. Just as we often hesitate when confronted with something we don’t know, how can we expect to live up to God’s holy expectations for us?

God’s Word tells us: “Your statutes, Lord, stand firm; holiness adorns your house for endless days” (Psalm 93:5).


He asks us to not only touch His holiness, He expects us to embrace it and be covered by it. Approaching our Holy Father on our own would result in certain destruction. But coming to the Father in Christ gives us the ability to cross not only the shallows of our faith but also to cross even the deepest waters of spiritual separation from God; His holiness–in Christ, our confidence.


“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34) www.thispassingday.com


Kommentare


Blinded?



Blinded? In a way our relationship with God is like that damp deck. God wants a personal relationship with you and I; He wants to cover us with His grace. But we can’t even stand in His holiness for an instant or we might be blinded by its perfection.


Think about it. The Lord of the Universe is holy, holy and even more holy. We live under, in and with God’s holiness. Just as we often hesitate when confronted with something we don’t know, how can we expect to live up to God’s holy expectations for us?

God’s Word tells us: “Your statutes, Lord, stand firm; holiness adorns your house for endless days” (Psalm 93:5).


He asks us to not only touch His holiness, He expects us to embrace it and be covered by it. Approaching our Holy Father on our own would result in certain destruction. But coming to the Father in Christ gives us the ability to cross not only the shallows of our faith but also to cross even the deepest waters of spiritual separation from God; His holiness–in Christ, our confidence.


“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34) www.thispassingday.com


Kommentare


bottom of page