invitations are not only said

To those who know Me not, there is in Me nothing to appeal to them, or to attract them.

Those who know Me there is nothing more to be desired.

“No beauty they could desire Him.”

Oh! My children, draw very near to Me. See Me as I really am,

that ever you may have the Joy of finding in Me all you could desire.

The fulfillment of all you could desire in Master, Lord, or Friend.

such is the this case here, my friend, ‘m not upset…

All Are called… few RSVP, huh?

Published by David Buckle

Be strong, as able, So, we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal. 2 Corinthians 4:18 if we're lacking, you know where to turn, limitless grace; know there is enough of Him to cover my own faults, i pray thee.and asked how she got all together so fast, a hush in the room was broken: she told her Father that it was sim A little girl wanted to; know, O0 what the United States looked like. Her Dad tore a map of the USA from a magazine and then cut it into many pieces, lumped them all together, in a pile and handed the pile o’ paper over onto his daughters placemat, told her to take those pieces into the other room, put them back together; bring the final product back together when it was finished; she went to her room took a little while and came back in a quicker than expected amount of time, and it was spot on correct. The Dad was too in astonished ple, in her method. On the backside of that map was the image of Jesus; she said she began connecting pieces together of Him, see, and by doing that, the big map of the USA on the other side did come back together on the opposite side; this makes us wonder: is that that simple to reconnect this USA THEY'RE EVERYWHERE THOSE LACK FAITH

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  1. David Buckle
    11 months ago (edited)
    God promises that He will take care of us entirely, totally,
    perfectly: that’s His part. For this promise to be accomplished,
    we must also do our part: love God.

    In His great love, God doesn’t stop being good to those who
    don’t love Him. However, when people love Him, He’s enabled to
    go even further in His love!

    “And we know that God causes everything to work together for
    the good of those who love God and are called according to his
    purpose for them.” (the Bible, Romans 8:28, NLT)

    Loving God fully (not only halfway, according to the mood you might

    be in) is part of one of the two greatest commandments. Only…
    When an adverse wind blows in our lives, loving God with such intensity
    may seem impossible to us or beyond our abilities.

    So, what does this truly mean, to love God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength?

    Loving God with all your heart is loving Him with honesty, like someone
    loves a spouse: wholeheartedly. Even when we don’t understand all of His ways,
    we can love Him with a heart that says, “Yes, I will follow You, and I will trust You.”
    Even when we feel distraught, lost at sea, we can love Him by saying, “I am my beloved’s,
    And my beloved is mine. He feeds his flock among the lilies.” (Song of Solomon 6:3)
    Loving God with all your soul is loving Him by longing to be in His presence, be attached to Him.

    The Lord is the only One who can satisfy our souls completely: “I thirst for God, the living God. When can
    I go and stand before him?” ( Psalm 42:2)
    Loving God with all your mind is loving Him by turning our thoughts to Him. When our minds are filled with all
    sorts of guilty or negative thoughts, God gives us the strength to redirect them to Him and His kindness: “I lie awake t
    hinking of you, meditating on you through the night.” (Psalm 63:6)
    Loving God with all your strength is also loving Him with perseverance. When fatigue creeps into our daily lives, when we
    become weary in our love, God comes to remind us that He alone loves us with a relentless love.


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