Psalm 139:1, 2 “O lord, thou hast searched me, and known me. Thou knowest my downsitting and mine uprising, thou understandest my thought afar off”.
At times we as believers can shift gears and entertain negative thought patterns which, if we don’t catch ourselves, can lead us unto a path we would rather not trod. Many great ideas are born in the throes of these moments, but how do you control and identify which would pan out and which would be the step to doing something detrimental in your life?
I don’t have a lot to write on this today, but I am grateful to the wonderful works of the Holy Spirit in conjunction to that lively conscious we all ought to have active in our lives. The psalmist identified the Spirit of God working to locate him in all avenues of his life; where ever he went, whatever he thought, it was not private; God had his eyes on his actions.
You might not consider yourself to be special or have any great accomplishments as yet behind you, but in God’s eyes, you are the greatest thing He ever contrived: God has a vested interest in you ending well.
So my beloved, partner with God as He shares in your thoughts today.
Much love for you and yours.
Trivia: He told a king NO and it cost him his life; who is this person?