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Elohim-Lesson Four

Good Morning Ladybugs.

 

We all know a promise is only as good as the person who makes it.  My favorite line in the Sound of Music is when Julie Andrews says, “That’s a pie crust promise-- easily made, easily broken.”   Many of us ourselves have broken promises whether intentional or otherwise. 

Aren’t you grateful we serve ELOHIM—Mighty Creator—a God who never breaks a promise?   Over and over in the Scripture we read of how God fulfilled every single promise and guess what?  He will continue to do so.

 

God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?” (Numbers 23:19)

 

As we continue to grow in the situation our God has placed us in—good or maybe not so good in our eyes right now—remember this… He is working all things for our good. (Romans 8:28)

 

We are children of Elohim—grafted by the blood of Christ into the throne room of the Might Creator, God.  We bear His image. Take this knowledge with you in your prayer time this today.  Be confident that Elohim is in control and He never breaks His Word.

 

Read and reflect on:

Isaiah 40:28-29—Elohim is the everlasting God, Creator of the ends of the earth.

Isaiah 41:10—So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed for I am your God.

Genesis 28:15—I will not leave you until I have done what I have promised you.

 

The old cliché goes—Stop and smell the roses.  Today I challenge you to look at your personal world today through the eyes of Elohim—Mighty Creator.  Everything He created is a rose of sorts.  Remember in Genesis Elohim said, “He looked on everything He had made and it was very good...” (paraphrased)

 

A CHALLENGE:

For the next three days, try to reflect on Elohim’s creations of all sorts---plants, animals, the sky, the rain, the person with the little sign along the side of the road asking for donations, the neighbor who always seems to annoy you, all the people in your life and those the Holy Spirit will bring you into contact with today.  Remember all things are His creation, just like we are.

 

Have a blessed day! 

 

Always loving the Lord and you,

Lori Robbins

 

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