Abundance, Destruction, Resurrection

OK, so through this week of blissful preparation for this post I’ve come to realize that this new weekly format is to be more of a Bible Study format than a devotional format. This was news that I was VERY excited about!!! :D so I hope you like the new format too, because I’m LOVING IT! Also, I will be posting last week’s sermon notes as the Bible study for next week, mostly because I just could NOT pass this lesson by without telling you about it!!! :D I pray that it encourages you, wherever you are in the pattern today. ;) There is ALWAYS hope in Christ! Be blessed this week my friends! I cherish you! -Tamar

Last week’s readings:

Day #: 

Week #: 

Bible Reading: 




Job 39:1-42:17

Nov 9


Joel 1:1-3:21

Nov 10 


John 1:1-3:36

Nov 11 


John 4:1-6:21

Nov 12 


John 6:22-8:30

Nov 13 


John 8:31-11:37

Nov 14 



Nov 15 


“For I know the plans I have for you”, says the LORD, “they are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope. In those days when you pray, I will listen. If you look for Me wholeheartedly, you will find me. I will be found by you.” Says the LORD. “I will end your captivity and restore your fortunes. I will gather you out of the nations where I sent you and will bring you home again to your own land.” Jeremiah 29:11-14

This week’s readings were… sigh… encouraging! We started in Job where we meet a man who has been as faithful and obedient to the LORD as anyone can be. He was wealthy beyond the normal means, and comfortable in every way possible. And then disaster struck his entire household. In one day he had servant after servant presenting themselves to him in order to report that they had been the lone survivor of the attack that had just occurred on his family.

Have you ever felt like that? Have you ever felt like Disaster was chasing your house and leaving you the sole survivor in order that you would retell the tale to someone else? And maybe, perhaps, that’s why you survived. To tell the tale of your SURVIVAL.

What have you been through? What have you survived that needs retelling? What’s your story my friend?

Job’s story started out in abundance and surplus but quickly turned to disaster and the loss of everything including his own health. BUT that wasn’t the end of his story, it was only the middle! My Dearest One, no matter where you are in your story, you’re not to the end yet! If you were, well, then you wouldn’t be reading this then would you?

Take a few seconds right now and review the end of Job’s story in: Job 42:10-17.

Words like, “the LORD restored his fortunes, in fact He gave him twice as much as before” and “So the LORD blessed Job in the second half of his life even more than in the beginning”, are kinda hard to argue with. While Job HAD endured a very difficult season in his life, it hadn’t ruined him. In fact, quite the opposite had occurred. It had shaped him. I’m guessing that while God did physically bless him with double portions of all his physical assets, I doubt that that is why Job went to the grave a happy man. I’m guessing that he was happy because he had achieved a newfound appreciation for all the things that he might have been taking for granted before the destruction came.

The story of Job establishes for us a pattern that the rest of our reading’s this week end up following as well. Which I see as no small coincidence! Job begins his story with obedience and abundance. Then he moves to complete destruction. And finishes with a renewal that is better and more abundant than before the story began.

This theme is taken up next in the prophecy of Joel, with but a small variation. While Job was amazingly dedicated to God in his obedience, the people in Joel’s story were not. Their story is one of disobedience and abundance that moves to a destruction of discipline. While Job’s troubles moved from a place of proving his obedience to God, the troubles of the people in the book of Joel were from a place of proving their disobedience to God in order to move them back into a place of obedience once more.

When destruction hits, it doesn’t matter if you’re obeying God or disobeying God, it will still hit. And when it hits it will show YOU your standing with God. Right now you are either looking to God, or away from Him. If you’re looking to Him, then this shaking will prove that. If you’re looking away from Him, then this shaking will prove that and cause you to look to Him again. That’s how this works. And the really amazing part is, that when the shaking is finished there is still a common thread – blessing!!!

Look at these verses in Joel for your confirmation of blessings after the destruction:

Joel 2:3 – How does the LORD describe the land that lies ahead?

Joel 2:25 – What are those first two words that God says in this promise? WHO is responsible for carrying out the results of this promise? You or God?

Joel 3:1 – In this verse, does the LORD say “if”? How would that little two letter word change the meaning of this verse? Isn’t it great that “if” isn’t the word He uses? What word does He use instead?

And here’s one from Isaiah just for good measure, don’t leave it out!

Isaiah 40:27

God is NOT ignoring you!!! He sees your troubles. He see’s what you’ve been going through – ALL of it! He knows your pain and frustration. He knows and He CARES about it. Read Joel 3:21 to see what He has to say about it. Or perhaps John 3:16-18 might be a more familiar way to explain.

You see, the theme that started in our readings of Job and continued into Joel concludes in John!!! While there is destruction, it’s not the end! The end of Joel presents us with a prophecy, a promise, of THE coming pardon, the fulfillment of the FULL pardoning of all our sins past, present and future. John 1:1-5 helps us to understand how Jesus – the fulfillment of the promise – is our answer to the destruction around us.

1 In the beginning the Word already existed.
    The Word was with God,
    and the Word was God.
He existed in the beginning with God.
God created everything through him,
    and nothing was created except through him.
The Word gave life to everything that was created,
    and his life brought light to everyone.
The light shines in the darkness,
    and the darkness can never extinguish it.

Who is “the Word”? Jesus! And what does this verse say about Jesus that is the key to our renewal from destruction? His life brought LIGHT to EVERYONE.

Why is that a big deal? BECAUSE! The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness can NEVER extinguish it!!!

Boy, if that’s not good news today then I don’t know what is! That darkness that’s trying to destroy you from the inside out can NEVER destroy the light that shines from a heart that believes!

Read John 10:10, what is Satan’s purpose? And what is Jesus’?

To wrap up a week of stories of renewal after destruction God put this great bow on the package that I simply can not leave out! Take a moment to re-read John 11 here.

Take a special look at the wording of verse 4, “This sickness will not END in death.” Yes, Lazarus died and lay in a cold DEAD grave for FOUR days and that STILL wasn’t the END! So don’t you dare tell me that you’re at the end of your story and that there’s no hope left for your dream to find its way to fruition! Look at verse 4 and 14, what was the purpose of Lazarus’ sickness?

Could your “sickness” have the same purpose?

Have you been lying cold and dead for four days in a rock hard tomb waiting for the Savior of the World to come and roll away your stone and say, “Lazarus, come out!” Is it time for your resurrection? How about today you appeal to, as Paul calls Him in Ephesians 3:20, the One who can do exceedingly abundantly above all that you could ask or imagine. Let’s follow Martha and Mary’s eloquent lead and send HIM a message, “LORD, the one You love is sick.”

There may have been some destruction in your life as of late, but take heart my friend! For you time of resurrection is just around the corner!!!


Next Week’s Readings:

Day #:

Week #:

Bible Reading:




John 11:38-14:14

Nov 16


John 14:15-18:18

Nov 17


John 18:19-21:25

Nov 18


1 John 1:1-5:21

Nov 19


2 John & 3 John & Jonah

Nov 20


Joshua 1:1-4:24

Nov 21



Nov 22

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Shockwave Speech

Next week’s



Job 39:1-42:17

Nov 9


Joel 1:1-3:21

Nov 10


John 1:1-3:36

Nov 11


John 4:1-6:21

Nov 12


John 6:22-8:30

Nov 13


John 8:31-11:37

Nov 14



Nov 15


This week’s Devotional:

“Do you know the laws of the universe? Can you use them to regulate the earth?” Job 38:33

I was immediately taken with this verse. We’ve finally reached my favorite part of Job, the part where God speaks of all the things that He has done. I love reading about the majesty and power of our Father!

Something clicked in my brain today when I read God’s words to Job asking if he knows the laws of the universe. Hey! There are laws of the universe! Which, OK, that isn’t that big of a shocker. But the part that came next was. Can you use them to regulate the earth? Wait, what!?! CAN we use them? It was a thought that wouldn’t leave me alone. It chased me down and tackled me with possibility. So I asked Him, “LORD, can we use the laws of the universe to regulate the earth?”

His answer blew me away. “Sure you can!”

“Ummmm…. What?! How? Will you teach me? Should you teach me?”

He showed me a picture of me simply speaking. Not all fancy-like on a stage to a crowd, but in my home, or on the street simply speaking His words. His example was our upcoming trip to Disney. Earlier that morning I had a friend remind me to take my anointing oil because hotels are a Petri-dish of collected spirits. God showed me a picture of me walking into the Lobby of the Resort and speaking the very words Jesus instructed His disciples to speak when they entered a hospitable home in a new city:

“God’s Peace to this home” (Luke 10:5).

And the moment I spoke them a shockwave burst from me into all directions out through the ENTIRE resort bringing the Peace of God to the entire place.

I was amazed. But then what was more amazing was later that afternoon I was hanging laundry out on the line marveling at the FLOCK of very noisy birds in my neighbor’s trees. They were chattering like crazy. While I was enjoying their gleeful chattering I was very curious about them. There had to have been 100 of them. What were they doing there? Why were they only in my neighbor’s trees and no one else’s? It was perplexing to me. So naturally I asked God. This time I got no direct answer, which was fine.

My mind switched to thinking about other things as the birds chattered on and I continued snapping clips onto my husband’s shirts. Slowly a phrase I never would’ve come up with on my own started forming in the back of my head. It kept building like waters behind a dam pushing to emerge forth as speech. When I could bear it no longer I spoke the words. IMMEDIATELY every bird was silent. And a moment later they flew from their perches in the tree and landed silently in another tree farther from me.

Here, I hadn’t meant to try out this new concept of shockwave speech, but I’m pretty sure I had done it all the same. Through this, God pointed three things out to me, 1) speak HIS words, no matter how strange they may feel to your tongue. 2) The words you speak DO have power… serious power. And anyone who tells you otherwise is lying. 3) The laws of the universe are hidden in God’s Word and all we need to do to seek them out is to seek Him out.

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Change is in the Wind

Job 26:1-30:31

“I will teach you about God’s power. I will not conceal anything concerning the Almighty.” Job27:11

My dear readers. I have come to a very difficult realization. I have too many irons in the fire. I feel God moving me in a (slightly) different direction. I have unfinished projects that MUST be finished. I would prefer for them to be finished by the beginning of December but I really don’t expect that to happen. With vacation and the holiday season at work these next two months are looking to be quite busy for me. From the beginning of this third Season of writing through the Bible in a Year my husband has been urging me to blog weekly rather than daily. I rebelled. The daily blog has been my passion for a very long time now and I have no plans of stopping any time soon. However, with everything that seems to be staring me in the calendar right now I’m having trouble figuring out how to get everything done in the 24/7 that God’s given me – and still retain my sanity and grace.

After the book signing on my birthday I’ve felt the importance of finishing, really FINISHING, the 365 Life project that He gave me. In the technical sense, it is finished. I wrote through the Bible in a year. However, there were enough people that seemed VERY interested in the materials that I did have there that it made me seriously consider the importance of providing them with the entire set of books and not half of one.

I only have so many hours a day to write and they’re quickly dwindling with the addition of a job outside the home. I feel that God’s been telling me lately to take a closer look at a) my writing and b) those who are interested in consuming it for a price. While blogging has been extremely profitable for my soul (and I pray yours) it has become more of a responsibility than a pleasure. You’ve been getting what’s left of my energy after everyone else has taken what they needed and that’s just not what I want in my writing. That’s not what I want for YOU. You deserve more than that. The message I bring is so important and I want to treat it that way. I want to be producing a quality product, not something that’s second rate. (I’m actually tearing up right now. This is a REALLY big deal to me.) I want to make sure that you’re getting steak, not spam.

So. Here’s the conclusion that I’ve come to. I need to be spending my time concentrating on producing this quality product for you. Rather than mass producing long-winded, rambling, pieces that I’ve heard many of you are backlogged on. (And God bless you for reading every word you saints!) Like my wise husband suggested at the beginning of the season (and I didn’t listen to him. ;) I will be posting a weekly blog rather than daily. It will contain the Bible readings for the week and a devotional reading about the past week’s readings… you know, kind of like an actual BIBLE STUDY! LOL!!!

I will also be working on finishing what I started. I’ll be filling you in on things as I go along; keeping you abreast of all the new additions to the ever expanding resource list on the website. You’ve come this far on this journey with me and I HATE to cut you out of it now!!! Things are growing and expanding, and that’s GREAT! But it also means that we need to grow and expand with them and be prepared to handle the changes as they come along.

I am SUPER excited at the thought of diving into another in depth book project. I SO loved the writing process with True Intimacy and I’ve been longing to get back to that again. And I believe now is that time. I would GREATLY appreciate your prayers in all this, they mean the world to me! God bless you my eternal friends!

Oh! And so that I don’t forget! Please be praying for me this week. I have been asked to return to Hills Baptist Church in Sheridan to give their Sunday message again. I am praying for God’s words to His people to pour forth from my mouth like a balm to their soul. His word is a powerful double-edged sword dividing between bone and marrow and I am praying that it cuts away the very things that have been plaguing them for years and leaves only the God’s honest Truth that “My Redeemer LIVES!” (That’s the message title.) I’m going to be speaking on the critical part of the crucifixion, the Truth that Jesus walked OUT of that tomb. I’ll most likely be sharing the message with you when I get it done with it. ;)

Here are the readings for the rest of the week. I will post next week’s readings and my thoughts on this week’s readings on Friday night/Saturday morning.

This week’s


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Where to Find God

Job 21:1-25:6

“If only I knew where to find god. I would go to His court. I would lay out my case and present my arguments. Then I would listen to His reply and understand what He says to me.” Job 23:3-5

Ahhh… if only I knew where to find God…

My God doesn’t live in one place or another. Oh no. He lives in all places. He lives in all situations and circumstances. He’s in every drop of rain, every ray of sun, every blade of grass bears His name. His voice is the bird’s song and His laugh bubbles like a brook. His clap is in thunder and His breath is in the wind.

My God is an awesome God. One who is just and good and willing to listen to us when we call. Actually, His ear is trained to our cry just like a new mother to her infant… only more. His eye is on you. He knows what you need and when you need it. He is faithful in hearing our case before Him. He is a good God.

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Job 16:1-20:29

“But as for me, I know that my Redeemer lives, and He will stand upon the earth at last.” Job 19:25

There have been several places in the book of Job where Job has cried out, “I need someone to mediate between God and me, as a person mediates between friends.” Job 16:21 He was begging for the very thing that we have in Christ – a mediator. In his first letter to Timothy, Paul writes, “For there is only one God and one Mediator who can reconcile God and humanity – the man Christ Jesus. He gave His life to purchase freedom for everyone.” (2:5-6) What does that mean to you? Why is having a mediator important to you personally today? What does being reconciled to God mean to you? You have a person who mediates between you and God as a person who mediates between friends. Are you taking full advantage of this mediator we have been blessed with?

Jesus paid it all in blood that runs red and makes things white. What does this, “all” mean to you? The very thing Job begged for, is the very thing we take for granted every day. Today, let’s bask in the blessing of a purified relationship with our Creator God who adores us.

Jesus loves you my friend… He REALLY REALLY loves you.

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Job 11:1-15:35
“Yet my friends laugh at me, for I call on God and expect an answer.” Job 12:4



Anna VOLUNTARILY reading! AND Enjoying it!



Gabe wearing the Lord of the Rings dwarf costume I designed for him… mostly comprised of MY clothes! I have discovered I’m a dwarf!



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Knock, Knock…

Job 6:1-10:22

“Oh that I might have my request, that God would grant my desire.” Job 6:8

My friends, I feel that it is imperative that I tell you, “Today is the day”. Whenever you’re reading this, God has structured it so that you will read it at just the appropriate moment so that you will know; today is the day.

In Matthew 6 we read:

31 “So don’t worry about these things, saying, ‘What will we eat? What will we drink? What will we wear?’ 32 These things dominate the thoughts of unbelievers, but your heavenly Father already knows all your needs. 33 Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need.

34 “So don’t worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring its own worries. Today’s trouble is enough for today.

You see my friend, the Truth is, the LORD delights in the prosperity of His people (Psalm 35:27). In Psalm 37 it says to, “Take delight in the LORD, and He will give you the desires of your heart (verse 4). James tells us that we “do not have because we do not ask God.” Jesus tells us in Matthew chapter seven,

 Keep on asking, and you will receive what you ask for. Keep on seeking, and you will find. Keep on knocking, and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks, receives. Everyone who seeks, finds. And to everyone who knocks, the door will be opened.

Then He turns to all the parents with children clinging to their knees and says,

“You parents—if your children ask for a loaf of bread, do you give them a stone instead? 10 Or if they ask for a fish, do you give them a snake? Of course not! 11 So if you sinful people know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your heavenly Father give good gifts to those who ask him.” (verses 7-11)

My friends, today is the day. God IS for you, and since He is on your side, who on earth can stand against you? ASK GOD your heavenly Father for the desires of your heart. Seek first His kingdom and all these things will be added to your account. Listen! Do you hear that? Opportunity is knocking at your door! You’d better go open it!!!

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Yup. God Really IS that Good.

Job 1:1-5:27

“You will be safe from slander and have no fear when destruction comes. You will laugh at destruction and famine; wild animals will not terrify you. You will be at peace with the stones of the field, and its wild animals will be at peace with you. You will know that your home is safe. When you survey your possessions, nothing will be missing. You will have many children; your descendants will be as plentiful as grass! You will go to the grave at a ripe old age, like a sheaf of grain harvested at the proper time!” Job 5:21-26

I don’t know about any of you all, but this last week has been a really hard week! Right now I am completely and totally emotionally spent. It has taken all of my time and attention just to simply get from one thing to the next this week. Leaving me breathless and exhausted at the end of the day. Not only have I been busy, I’ve been heavily spiritually tested. I have no clue how well I did on those tests, and right now I hardly care. I’m just ready for them to be OVER! I’m weary.

And yet at the exact same time, to look back through this week, I can plainly see the footprints of God in the sand. Do you know what I mean? Are you familiar with the cleft of the rock story from Exodus?

The LORD replied to Moses, “I will indeed do what you have asked, for I look favorably on you and I know you by name.”

Moses responded, “Then show me your glorious presence.”

The LORD replied, “I will make all My goodness pass before you, and I will call out My name, Yahweh, before you. For I will show mercy to anyone I choose, and I will show compassion to anyone I choose. But you may not look directly at My face, for no one may see Me and live.” The LORD continued, “Look, stand near Me on this rock. As My glorious presence passes by, I will hide you in the crevice of the rock and cover you with My hand until I have passed by. Then I will remove My hand and let you see Me from behind. But My face will not be seen.” (Exodus 33:17-23)

My friend, I have found that there are times in life when you find yourself backed against the crevice of the rock and God’s hand; aka a rock and a hard place. It’s hard, it’s dark; it’s terrifying… all because you’re being protected from DEATH by God Almighty as He passes before you proclaiming His glorious name. His hand is never removed from your eyes until He has fully passed and the danger is over. At which point you can emerge from the cleft of the rock and see Him from behind. You can plainly see His footprints on the sand before your feet. You can press your toes into them and feel immensely small in the midst of such a great and glorious God.

If you’re week has been like mine, I encourage you to take the time today to do just that. Look at those moments that were hard and dark and scary and press your toes into them. Look at them and the impressions that they left on your soul. Did you hear His name proclaimed from those situations and their aftermath? If you haven’t heard it yet, then you’re simply not quite out of the cleft yet then are you?

When you are a Child of the One True King you can laugh at destruction, you can shrug troubles off all because you know that in the end, it’s not all about you and what you’re doing, or how you’re doing. When it all comes down to it, it’s all about Jesus and what He did and what He’s doing. Fear not Dear One, whatever is happening right now, it’s not on your shoulders. It’s on His.

There’s a powerful statement that God had Moses make in the seconds before He opened up the Red Sea and I feel it’s important to remind you of it today. Moses and the Israelites were standing before the Red Sea with Pharaoh’s army pressing down upon them with no real route of escape. They’re terrified. And in that moment, juuuust before God provides their way out, He tells them.

“Don’t be afraid. Just stand still and watch the LORD rescue you today. The Egyptians you see today, will never be seen again. The LORD Himself will fight for you. Just stay calm.” Exodus 14:13-14

And wouldn’t you know it, moments later the Red Sea parted making a way where before there had been no way. They all crossed the Sea and just hours later, when the last Hebrew foot had been set upon the shore; the Sea closed back up and swallowed the entire Egyptian army. And none of them were ever seen or heard from again.

My dear friend, just stay calm. The LORD fights for you. And the troubles that you see today will never be seen or heard from again. Yes, God really IS that good.

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Jeremiah 51:12-52:34

“I will avenge you.” Jeremiah 51:36

If I were to summarize today’s Word of the Day into one sentence that would be it! Actually, if I were to summarize the entire book of Jeremiah that is how I would do it! And boy is that a sentence I needed to hear today too! I don’t know about you all, but here in the Knochel household the battle has been fierce lately. There are a LOT of things that I feel the Enemy has stolen from us lately that I want back by golly! Although, I hadn’t really thought about it that way until I read today’s Word of the Day.

When I read:

“This is what the LORD of Heaven’s Armies, the God of Israel, says:

‘Babylon is like wheat on a threshing floor, about to be trampled. In just a little while her harvest will begin.’

‘King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon has eaten and crushed us and drained us of strength. He has swallowed us like a great monster and filled his belly with our riches. He has thrown us out of our own country. Make Babylon suffer as she made us suffer,’ say the people of Zion.

‘Make the people of Babylonia pay for spilling our blood,’ says Jerusalem.”

My friends, Babylon is a symbol of Satan. God may have said all these things about Babylon long ago, but He is saying them again to us today! The Enemy may have been eating and crushing you and draining you of your strength. He may have swallowed you like a great monster and filled his belly with your riches. He may even have thrown you out of your own country. But HE will suffer for it. He will get a belly ache from eating us. His fingers will throb from crushing us. His strength will be drained from wearying us. He may have swallowed up our riches like a great monster but God will “make him vomit up all he has eaten” (Jeremiah 51:44). He may have thrown us out of our own country but God will gather us up and return us to it, obliterating the Enemy in the process. Satan WILL pay!

It’s not a matter of if; it’s a matter of when. Satan will pay for what he has done to YOU. He will regret the day that he ever laid eyes on you. It will come, as sure as the sun rises in the east and sets in the west every day. Satan’s punishment will come and it will be sure. Trust in Jesus my friends. He’s got this; whatever it is that you’re going through. Whatever it is that is causing you to lose sleep at the moment, He’s got it under control. You can trust Him. I promise.

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He Loves YOU!

Jeremiah 49:23-51:11

“For the LORD has inspired” Jeremiah 51:11

It is written that the love of the LORD compels us to do good works so that the world may see His goodness right here in the land of the living.

This morning I was driving in my car listening to KLOVE radio when a “Behind the Music” story came on the air. Chris Tomlin was explaining how he had been inspired, by the Childhood song “Jesus Loves Me“, to write his new song “Jesus Loves Me”.

In the Behind the Music segment, he called the Truth of Jesus’ love for us, “simple”. And I about came unglued. While he is 100% correct. The love of Jesus for YOU is anything BUT simple. It’s powerful and complex beyond our wildest imagination! The love of Jesus is like a fractal, simple on the surface, yet the more closely you look at it the more amazingly complex it becomes.


The love of Jesus for me is by far the most amazingly complex thing I have ever experienced in my life. It is so simple and yet so amazingly profound! Here I find myself trying to come up with words to describe this Love and yet over and over what word do I find myself using? Amazing!

He is so amazing! His love toward us is amazing! It’s all I can say!!! The woman of many many words can think of none at the moment, save amazing.

My dearest friends, my deepest prayer for you – today and every day – is that you will FEEL His amazing love for you in wondrous ways. I pray that you will open your hearts to FULLY receive His love for you today (and every day) because His love for you is POWER for you. It is STRENGTH in your bones. It is HOPE for your soul. His love is simple and profound. It is wide and deep, high and low.

His love for you is the Holy Spirit in and through and to you. It is power beyond your wildest dreams and yet it is more accessible than anything else on this planet. It’s a breath away; a mere tear-fall from your reach. His love is yours for the taking. It’s yours for the receiving. It’s yours for eternity. His love is FOR you! You were created to receive His complete and total adoration. He is head over heels in love with every single aspect of you. There isn’t a single piece of you that He doesn’t love.

Jesus loves YOU.



* Thank you to fractal-walpapers.com for the great fractal image! :D

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