I’ve not been chatty this week because I’ve been battling a cold. I’ve had it all—the runny nose, the stuffy nose, the swore throat, tiredness, droopy swollen eyes that make my wrinkles stand out—you know what I mean. I’ve had the miseries!
The only good about lying around sick is while I try to drink plenty of fluids, I also take advantage of my down time to drink and God’s Word, too. I love it when I come across a passage or quote that helps me see God as He truly is…MAGNIFICENT!
I got that from David Jeremiah yesterday, and just had to share it will you. I hope as you read it lightens your load. For me, everything grows dim in the light of who God is!
Because God is infinite, we always underestimate Him. Logically speaking, it’s an unavoidable inevitability. The Lord has no boundaries or barriers, no limits or restrictions. He is endless in direction and duration, in space and time. His unfathomable attributes are bottomless seas without shores. Our minds can’t grasp the depths of His presence, majesty, power, glory, and grace. There’s no ceiling to His love, wrath, wealth, and intelligence. Our minds are astonished with God, and we can no more fit Him into our thoughts than we could fit the ocean into a thimble.
There is no way for us to comprehend the fullness of His infinity. So it would seem logical to say: Because God is inestimable, we always underestimate Him.
Nothing is a surprise to God, for He is the same yesterday, today, and forever. He sees the past, the present, and the future in one glance. Whatever our thoughts are about the return of Christ and our eternal home with Him, the reality will be even better. We’ll say with the Queen of Sheba that the half was not told.
Good stuff—right?! Oh, how I underestimate my God and King. Today, however, I believe nothing is impossible with God!
What say you??
Micca Campbell–Helping Women Live Carefree in God’s Care