Gems on the Sword — The Great Creator — March 30


Guest post by Jeanette Andrade

The Great Creator March 30

Scripture Selection: Psalm 90:2; Proverbs 30:4; John 1:1-3

Food for Thought: Ps. 90:2

Anytime I start to feel myself slipping in faith, doubting, or distant from God, I go back to this basic principle: There is a God. He is Creator of heaven and earth and of me. Any Being so great and powerful as to create with such intricate detail everything that exists, is certainly worthy of all my attention, energy, and love.

The Creator is to be revered. After all, He has the power to, with a flick of His pinky, wipe out the entire universe (though He wouldn’t do it because He is love). Actually, with just a word, God causes things to be built up or torn down. There is nothing the world offers that can come close to being compared to Him. As I contemplate this truth, my attention is instantly drawn back to Him.

What a blessed privilege it is that the Creator of all would love me so much as to call me His own. When everything is put in perspective, there is nothing more that I desire than to serve my Creator, my God, my Daddy.

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3 Responses to Gems on the Sword — The Great Creator — March 30

  1. Alfred Alexander says:

    Very powerful food for thought.Thank you.

  2. Alfred Alexander says:

    You might like “On My Father’s Side” On you tube


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