Dear Friends and Family,
Allow me to share with the generation to come about Your power; Let me speak about Your strength and wonders to all those yet to be born. Psalm 71:18
After watching, read on for the “So What?!”
So What?! My hope for today comes from knowing He is the God of the Impossible.
Who are you in the story?
Me? You, too, have lost something precious, perhaps far more precious than a diamond. We can cry out to the God of the Impossible, entrust our loss to Him, and find Him enough. Mark 10:27
The Lost Diamond? You, like I’ve been, are lost – far from God. Whether we’ve not known we’re loved by the Father, we’ve run from Him, or we’re lost in our own self-righteousness, we can know He loves us like crazy! We’re precious to Him! He came to seek and to save the lost. That’s the heart of God! Luke 15
Me, with 10 Years Perspective? Because my focus was on enjoying my life, I didn’t notice what was lost until the end of the day! Are we still sitting on the deck eating ice-cream, or are we standing in the kitchen, fervently asking God to seek and save the Lost? Will we invite everyone around to join us in the search, the stop-what-you’re-doing-leave-everything-behind-compelled-by-love search for the lost?
Thanking God for you! Praying we know Him as the God of the Impossible, the One who Seeks and Saves – more and more.
Love, Becky (His.Princess.Warrior.)
(Who, by faith, is declaring His power to the next generation.)
He has delivered us from such a deadly peril, and he will deliver us again. On him we have set our hope that he will continue to deliver us, as you help us by your prayers. Then many will give thanks on our behalf for the gracious favor granted us in answer to the prayers of many. (2 Corinthians 1:10-11)