Undiluted Love….

purity in love

God: deserves better than we are giving….

Psalm 50:14-15 (KJV) “Offer unto God thanksgiving; and pay thy vows unto the most High:  And call upon me in the day of trouble: I will deliver thee, and thou shalt glorify me”.

We pursue, we seek diligently, we find Him when things aren’t going right, when our burdens seem to overwhelm us; then we remember that God is available, He is our refuge and strength, He fights the troublesome battles we endure.

Then we fly into the sunshine and almost too casually the bond is loosed; the closeness is released; the seeking is relaxed. The need for the relationship is not too climatic; our needs have been met for the moment.

Then He becomes a distant second in the pursuit of what we need in life; what has He done to us to deserve such charlatan behavior. Something is askew with this behavior of casual and undeserving discard.

Our Lord deserves better than we have given to Him; if our love can be purified for anyone it ought to be cleansed and offered on the altar of sacrifice for His glory and honor and adoration.

With our mouths we must offer undiluted covenants, offering, praises and worship as befit our Lord, King and Savior.

As a surety, if you can bring yourself to offer even half of this actions, He has promised that in the day of trouble, when we call upon Him: “He will deliver us”.

Beloved to our God be all the glory; to Him and Him only be all the praises, glory and honor.

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2 Responses to Undiluted Love….

  1. paulfg says:

    You brought a memory to the surface. A family thing. A crowded room of family fun. Noise, excitement, laughter, banter, movement, colour, sunshine and wine. Across the space we catch each other’s eyes. Two who created, who sowed, who tend still. And we smile. No words needed. Well, He and I do that sometimes – in the good times. It is enough.

    Thank you.

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