He is all that and more…

God: no words to ascribe to Him….

Psalm 48:1-2 (KJV) “Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised in the city of our God, in the mountain of his holiness. Beautiful for situation, the joy of the whole earth, is mount Zion, on the sides of the north, the city of the great King”.

When we look into our lives there are moments we just can’t find words that is adequate to describe certain situations, emotions or experiences; they just live within our hearts and become a go to moment when we are in tumultuous times.

These moments carry us through the tough times; in almost the same way our interaction with God can be describe in the same manner. When we experience God and have intimacy with Him, it is not easy to tell another person what actually conspired in all its glory.

You tell what you can and then hold on to the other parts like a treasure. In all actuality, it is a gift beyond value.

God is like that, He is more than the heart can understand, stands out above your mind concept and your soul just abides in what He brings to the table. God: who can fathom Him?

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5 Responses to He is all that and more…

  1. Equipping The Saints says:

    Christ in you, the hope of Glory(literally in you). Col 1:27

    • vw1212 says:

      impossible to express at the best of times….vw

      • Equipping The Saints says:

        It is a spiritual dwelling of God’s Spirit within ours. He must be there.This is a teaching of the new birth. It is necessary for us to achieve 1 John 1:5.”…God is light, and in Him is no darkness at all.” Prior to our new birth we were “darkness,” and had no possible of dwelling within the Spirit of God, and had no way of the Spirit of God dwelling within our spirit. Through the new birth, our spirits became “light” so that we could be “in Christ,” (Col 1:27), and “in God,” (1 John 1:5.) Thanks for the post.

      • vw1212 says:

        Beautiful comment…simplifies the understanding of the process…vw

      • Equipping The Saints says:

        Consider John 3:3-7. Jesus explains the need to be born again. In vs 8, He explains “how to be born again,” and relates that process to the wind. We can’t see the wind, but we can know where it has been, because of the evidence that is left behind (look at the trees than have been blown down by the wind.).It is the same with God’s Holy Spirit; whom we can not see. Yet, we can see the evidence that is left behind in a person’s life “who has been born again,” by God’s Holy Spirit. We can’t go out and “get born again.” God’s Holy Spirit is in charge of that task.

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