He Still Loves Us

S. O. A. P.

Here’s Your 90 second AM Devotional!

S-cripture:

Psalm 8:4

What is mankind that you are mindful of them, human beings that you care for them?

O-bservation:

King David had considered the vast handiwork of “The Almighty.” He had observed how God had set everything in place and how it all obeyed Him. And with that in mind, David said he was amazed that God cared for humankind in general, and even more so that God cared for “Individual People.”

A-pplication:

There’s little doubt in my mind that David observed the worst inclinations of humankind, as well as his own, and to his amazement … “God still loves us!” I’ve seen men shake their fist in the face of God and curse Him, only to have a turnaround take place in their lives and acknowledge their sin and “Follow Christ.” And … “Jesus Still Loves Them.” I’ve witnessed drug addicts doing their best to ravage their own flesh and even try and kill themselves and yet, in time, have a turnaround, be delivered from drugs, and “Follow Jesus.” As hard as it may be to believe … “Jesus Still Loves Them.” I’ve known men who’ve taken other men’s lives, served time in prison, accepted Jesus as their Savior, and … “Jesus Still Loves Them!” God’s love for humankind knows no boundaries. He is willing to save to the “UTTERMOST,” the scripture tells us, “Those That Are Lost.” I was one of THOSE, but thank God … “He Still Loves Us!”

P-rayer:

Dear Jesus,

How very thankful I am this AM that Your love reached down to the UTTERMOST places of sin and SAVED me! I’m always amazed that You still love me. Amen

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  • Garry Wimer Reply

    Pastor thank you for the daily devotionals I appreciate them everyday in my email. The Lord did reach down back in 1985 and brought me out of the drugs, drinking, carassing around before marrying again in 1993. Thanks be to God may he keep reaching down to me and Sunhui and keep us on track. We pray for you guys and the other pastors on staff each and every day to keep focus on doing right for your goals of the church.

    In Christ Love,
    Garry Wimer

    January 20, 2016 at 8:36 am

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