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The Details

Why would a God who paid so much attention to even the tiniest details in creation not be involved in the tiniest details in my life, in every circumstance, in every situation?

Every snow flake is different. Ever look at a snow flake closely? The details of the designs are so intricate that it's shocking and there are no 2 a like. Look at the all the snow on the ground...billions and trillions of snow flakes all gathered together and piled on top of each other and not one single flake is like another

Look at the grass in a field and the wild flowers produced there in spring. Each one is different, each blade and leaf is intricately colored, shaped, and positioned

That God is just as involved in every detail of my life. That God who said that He sees us in the womb and knits us together...that He sees our unformed bodies and calls us by name even then...nothing escapes His knowledge, His approval or His involvement. He's constantly working and constantly involved. He doesn't sit back and let certain laws of nature operate while he goes on vacation or something. That's man's wisdom that thinks that. That's man trying to work God into their understanding. God is above and beyond our understanding. He's the Creator and Sustainer. He sustains all of creation. He keeps it all running and operating right down to the smallest cell.

In Colossians it says Y'Shua holds everything together. That He not only created all things but holds them together.

I can do nothing, say nothing, think nothing without His involvement and knowledge. There's no where I can go to escape Him. There's nothing I can do He's not aware of. That's not a God far away. That's a God that's in my face constantly. That's a little unnerving lol

Y'Shua is the glue that keeps everything together...literally. Wanna see something interesting? It's the glue that holds our bodies together...


Laminin... a protein. A tiny little molecule in our extracellular matrix that acts as a kind of glue that literally holds our bodies together.

I know...amazing huh?

I had a moment lol. Ever have one with God where He does something for you that is unmistakeably Him doing it and all the while you thought He was too busy to even know you exist but He shows up in a big way and you just fall on your knees look up and say "I can't believe You would do that for me? Who am I among billions? Why would You take notice of me? But He does! He not only notices...He's all involved! Sometimes He has to use circumstances and situations, people, everything around us and in us to do one us right to Him
Even if my father and mother abandon me, the LORD will hold me close. Psalm 27:10

Can a woman forget her nursing child and have no compassion on the son of her womb? Even these may forget, but I will not forget you. Isaiah 49:5

Reading your postings brought these to my mind. I am looking in at you and it's a beautiful sight. God will veil us from progress and growth to keep us from pride. You don't see it, but I have an expanded view.

You are beautiful and I am blessed that he made you a part of me. I love you x 1000000000.

Abraham didn’t stagger in his faith. Rather, he was “fully persuaded that, what God had promised, he was able to perform” (Romans 4:21). He recognized that God is able to work with nothing. Indeed, our Lord creates out of a void. Consider the Genesis account: out of nothing, God created the world. With just a single word, he creates. And he can create miracles for us, out of nothing.
When all else fails—when your every plan and scheme has been exhausted—that is the time for you to cast everything on God. It is time for you to give up all confidence in finding deliverance anywhere else. Then, once you are ready to believe, you are to see God not as a potter who needs clay, but as a Creator who works from nothing. And, out of nothing that is of this world or its materials, God will work in ways and means you could never have conceived.
How serious is the Lord about our believing him in the face of impossibilities? We find the answer to this question in the story of Zacharias, the father of John the Baptist. Zacharias was visited by an angel who told him that his wife, Elisabeth, would give birth to a special child. But Zacharias—who was advanced in years, like Abraham—refused to believe it. God’s promise alone was not enough for him.
Zacharias answered the angel, “Whereby (how) shall I know this? For I am an old man, and my wife well stricken in years” (Luke 1:18). Simply put, Zacharias considered the impossibilities. He was saying, “This isn’t possible. You’ve got to prove to me how it will happen.” It didn’t sound reasonable.
Zacharias’ doubts displeased the Lord. The angel told him, “Behold, thou shalt be dumb, and not able to speak, until the day that these things shall be performed, because thou believest not my words, which shall be fulfilled in their season” (1:20).
The message is clear: God expects us to believe him when he speaks. Likewise, Peter writes: “Let them that suffer according to the will of God commit the keeping of their souls to him in well doing, as unto a faithful Creator” (1 Peter 4:19).

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"If we add to our Churches by becoming worldly, by taking in persons who have never been born again; if we add to our Churches by accommodating the life of the Christian to the life of the worldling, our increase is worth nothing at all; it is a loss rather than a gain! If we add to our Churches by excitement, by making appeals to the passions rather than by explaining the truth of God to the understanding. If we add to our Churches otherwise than by the power of the Spirit of God making men new creatures in Christ Jesus, the increase is of no worth whatever!" —C. H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)
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