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When God comes down, He removes the immovable difficulties. When God comes down, the impossible becomes reality. God moves on behalf of the one who waits.
I love the reality that God answers prayer and works in our lives. I love Him for the times he gives me peace and strength and guides me. I love the times he shows me a course of action, or moves my steps, or changes my heart. I love how he is trustworthy and faithful, that I can hold onto Him even in the times I dont understand and see Him move, and feel Him encoruage me. God is awesome. My Rock.
I love that God promises to never leave me or forsake me, that I can trust that with my life. I love that even if I dont k now what is going on around me that I am secure in God’s hands. I love that he lights the path ahead of me, and even though if I feel like I am in darkness, that He is there to give me strength and to guide me in the unseen.
I love that there is no problem too big, or to small, for God.
I love that he is relational. That he created us for friendship with Him, that he desires for us to walk with Him and dwell with Him. Forever.
When God comes down, He removes the immovable difficulties. When God comes down, the impossible becomes reality. God moves on behalf of the one who waits. Wait upon God. Trust Him to work out the impossible. With God all things are possible.
When Jesus says, “Come to me,” he doesn’t say come to religion, come to a system, or come to a certain doctrine. This is a very personal invitation to a God, and invitation to a Savior.
Our God is not aloof—he’s not so far above us that he can’t see and understand our problems. Jesus isn’t a God who stayed on the mountaintop—he’s a Savior who came down and lived and worked with the people. Everywhere he went, the crowds followed, drawn together by the magnet that was—and is—the Savior.
The life of Jesus Christ is a message of hope, a message of mercy, a message of life in a dark world.