As we considered yesterday, our perspective is more limited than we can even imagine. Not only is our vision limited, but our concept of time is constrained by our imagination as well. Forever for us ends upon our own expiration. We can’t see it any other way. The psalmist, in Psalm 13, cries out to God in this pinched voice:
How long, O Lord? Will you forget me forever?
How long will you hide your face from me?
How long must I wrestle with my thoughts and every day have sorrow in my heart?
How long will my enemy triumph over me? (vv 1-2)
The Cross that we are approaching day by day holds the answer to these plaintive questions. God had planned for the Cross before time, knowing that creatures with will posed a risk in their love and devotion. How long has God loved us? Forever. How long has he planned to redeem us? Forever. How long will he continue to love his creations? Forever.
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I’d forgotten your great Lenten devotions!!! so sorry!!! how could I?!?!? Oh. I sarted a Lenten devotion/ study of my own… wow! that is an awesome experience… in a way you inspired me I could follow through with it!!! and still do!! Thank you!
Thanks my friend, it’s good to have you stop by. Writing these brief reflections out is a great way to converse with God and work out my thoughts. I’m blessed and I hope others are as well.
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