The last sentence of this quote made me cry! God is love – He’s not like love… He IS love, yet to Him, I’m so beautiful that I take HIS breath away??? Wow… just WOW! Little ol’ me does that? Incredible! Thank You, Lord!
Sometimes I do sort of think of God as a sort of “Wizard of Oz” kind of computerized being in the sky. I know we’re made in His image, so why I think He may be computerized – I have no idea. I blame it on living in Kansas. I’ve actually walked that yellow brick road and have seen the movie a gazillion times.
In reality, our God is a loving and compassionate God. He’s higher than us, yes – always. His angels are a little higher than us – but He is way higher – that’s why we worship Him. He alone is worthy of all our praise!
but God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us. – Romans 5:8
I taught Kindergarten children in Sunday School for a long time. I’ve probably heard every “How come” question you can think of. How come grass is green? I usually answered that ours is brown and the neighbor’s is green. I don’t know the answers to most simple questions they ask. The most difficult question is, how old is God?
How old is God??? Try explaining the inexplicable to kids with attention spans the size of sugar ants. I never had to answer the question because by the time I gave it some thought, they’re ready to move on to something else – the puzzle or the flannel board. Frankly, I’m thankful for the attention span of a small child! I remember thinking, “Whew! Dodged that bullet!”
I’m so thankful for God’s love toward His children. I’m thankful for childlike faith because we all have questions – some will be answered on this side of Heaven, but so many will not. May we know when to press for answers and when to set the question aside and accept that we won’t get answers until we get to Heaven – and probably by then, it won’t matter what the answer is.
Wow! I’m beautiful to God… that’s probably the most encouraging bit of news I’ve heard so far this year! You’re beautiful to God too. You take His breath away! Yep, you do! 🙂