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Psalm 147:11

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Was driving home from work last night and it just overwhelmed me that I am loved. I was so moved that I could not stop crying just to know that Jesus loves me. I couldn’t even start to tell Him how sorry I was for all the times I’ve forgotten to pray, walk the right direction or include Him in my day! I just felt surrounded by His constant love of me. I just knew I was absolutely, unconditionally His child that He takes pleasure in. I know quite a statement from one who has taken the wrong road and fell simply at the foot of an old rugged cross, but the truth of His mercy is with me always.

This world is not our home and it dims more and more as I long to see Him face to face. I can’t even begin to imagine how wonderful that day will be!

The Lord takes pleasure in those who  fear him, in those who hope in his steadfast love.

 

 



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I am a women and mother who finds my serenity in the Grace of God. In my life there is no greater purpose then to Love a child. There is no higher calling then to Love one another. I have found my immovability in His Never-ending Love for me. I have found Him Faithful even to the depths of the grave.

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  1. brenda tuxford  March 15, 2013

    Hi Ethel
    I had a similar experience the other day on my way home from work. I usually take the 1/2 hour ride to and from work to pray and just converse with Daddy. This morning I began to pray for someone close to me and I felt this over whelming feeling of God’s presence enter the car. I began to weep to the point of almost blurring my vision. I began to pray for God to search my heart and bring to mind anything that was left undone in me. Deep was calling unto deep and as I began to release the residue of junk, His peace flooded my soul and my tears turned to joy unspeakable and so full of His Glory.
    Thank yo for sharing this with us. Be blessed my beautiful friend <3 bren

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    • Momma T  March 15, 2013

      Brenda,
      That’s exactly how I felt, “unspeakable joy and so full of glory”. Thanks for saying that brings the truth of those moments back to me spent in His presence!

      Sure Love you,
      Ethel

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  2. Mum  March 15, 2013

    Lori:
    I know exactly how you feel. Just lost a very dear friend who was specail to me. Can’t wait for the trumpet to blow. I am way past ready to go. Love you

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    • Momma T  March 15, 2013

      Mom,

      I can’t wait to go either!!

      Love you too.

      Ethel XOXO

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  3. Ian  March 19, 2013

    Our God is an awesome God!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfJ2-N5EGRY The link is for Kerry Underwood’s Outcast. Great song!
    Luke 7 is about the woman who loved Jesus so much she washed His feet with her tears and wiped the dirt away with her hair. Jesus was sitting with a Pharisee who was so self-righteous he’d never let that woman touch him and even thought to himself Jesus could not be a real prophet or he’d know what kind of woman she was. This scripture goes on to say that those who are forgiven much love much. The obvious meaning is that those who don’t love much, those who exhibit the pharisaical self-righteous attitude of judging another’s worth are in very serious danger because they don’t realize they need forgiveness.
    I don’t mind saying I am mindful of you, Momma T when I read that scripture and this post reminded me of it. Because you realize you’ve been forgiven much, you love much. If only our western churches were filled with people like you.

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    • Ian  March 19, 2013

      Woops, I meant Kerrie Roberts, not Underwood. Must have heard that name somewhere.

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    • Momma T  March 31, 2013

      Ian,
      I can only bow at His feet and Worship the One who saved me from all my sin!
      I am thankful that He has given me a true brother and friend in you!

      Momma T

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