and we long to rest in the Father's arms of love,
to bury our grief's, sorrows, and longing in His bosom
and stay there to wish the world around us with all of its
pain, and sin would fade into oblivion and we could open
our eyes anew to a world free from the taint of the past
and make a new fresh start or a new life.
we can: but only in Christ can life be made like new. . .
we don't erase the past we leave it in the sea of forgivenness
that only He can give, and "No, Fishing Allowed."
Oh what awesome love that is, to receive His unconditional
love, and grace . . .
Lord: Oh how thankful I am for your precious gift and I
only for the rest of my life, live in thy loving care. . .
to be thy willing servant, and keep thy commandments
as you wrote them with your finger in stone, not on paper
or parchment. . . stone cannot be erased or changed
it is forever, like You are forever. . . our Lord and our God.
His fourth commandment: Remember, the Sabbath Day to keep
it Holy . . . . why does mankind think that that law was changed
when His commandments stand forever like Him.
So, to all of you keepers out there, I pray that your Sabbath Day
yesterday was as awesome as Sabbath can be. . . .
isn't that word wonderful, Sabbath Rest, resting in His love and
promises. . . someday we will spend the Sabbath in Glory with
the King of Glory, our Lord Jesus Christ.
In Love With the King, . . . .
God loves you and so do I,