Gagetown prayer/study group

I hope you all had time to read the letter from God sent last week. Is it not wonderful how much God loves us? He knows everything that happens in our life and in our heart. That means He sees our pain and our joy and He cares. He notices details about our life we miss. We might think He is too big to pay attention but what more mundane than: “sit down and rise up?” Yet God wants us to know He is familiar with our intimate personality. Sometimes in this world of so many distractions, we tend to forget His love.

So let’s look at the first part of this letter. Seeing that the first 3 passages of the letter come from Psalm 139: 1-3 we will look at the whole Psalm. This is one of the most notable of the sacred hymns. It sings the omniscience and omnipresence of God. One of the greatest truths in life which we might know, but which we all must come to learn, is that there is no escape from God. We may run, but we cannot hide from the God who penetrates even the darkness with the gaze of His light. If we manage to dodge Him in this life, we must still stand exposed before Him on that fearful Day of Judgment. There is no place to hide from God.

After you finish reading Psalm 139 think of these few questions…
1. What does the Lord know?
2. For what should we praise the Lord?
3. What is the great prayer at the end of the Psalm?

He is the Redeemer of the world, who died for sinners, the One who is the Soon-coming King!
Blessing All!
Have a Great Day!
Keep your head up! GOD gives his hardest battles to his strongest SOLDIERS… 
So as we go through our day let us go out to help and to care for all that need it, in Jesus’ name…Amen!

Jimmy ;o)