Psalm 36:7 “How priceless is your unfailing love, O God.
People take refuge in the shadow of Your wings.“
God’s Love: PRICELESS
As I read this chapter, I was reminded of the Master card commercial that I have posted above. The ad says to me, “It’s not the purchases that are valuable but the response received from the purchase.”
Looking For Love
For as long as I can remember, I have only wanted to be a wife and a mommy. I daydreamed all my growing up years of a special husband I would have and those precious babies I would hold. I don’t know how many times I came up with names for my children. LOL! And I must also admit, as Renee said, I am embarrassed at the things I would do to get a boy’s attention. I begged God to give me a husband, I thought about it day and night. I wondered why I I attended college.
It took a while for me to learn that WHEN I first fill my life with Jesus; THEN fulfillment comes God kept me waiting for his perfect timing. As I waited, I learned to become filled with Him. When I got to the point that I was fulfilled by God, then God fulfilled my prayers for a family and I was ready for the challenge to be a Godly Wife, Godly Mother, and now Godly Grandmother (G.G.).
The Void Was Filled
What I needed was Jesus filling my life to overflowing. A husband cannot fill the void. A child cannot fill the void. Friends cannot fill the void. The void in my life could not be filled … UNTIL it was first filled with Jesus’ love.
Like the country song, I have thanked the Lord many times for “Unanswered Prayers”. God protected me from wrong choices, wrong relationships, wrong marriages so that everything could be right!
So how does that commercial go?
The Perfect Love of Christ: Priceless
my MASTER, CHRIST
This is in response to Chapter Three Online Bible Study, A Confident Heart by Renee Swope.
P.S. Psalm 36:7 (MPT – Mandy’s Personal Translation”)
“I can’t put a price on Your never changing, never weakening love for me, oh God. Even in difficult times You always provide enough because You are my Constant Companion.”
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