Fathom the Greatness

The song keeps coming to my head, “how great is our God, sing with me how great is our God” a song by Chris Tomlin. Have you ever sat down and really thought how GREAT our God really is? It brings me to tears to think of how great He really is! Sometimes we get so consumed with a good worship song or the routine of church, devos, etc. and we forget how wonderful, magnificent our God really is.  God is great no matter the circumstance. Even if we do not feel his presence or maybe we actually are in a blessed situation, He is GREAT!  Have you ever reflected on God’s capabilities? Psalms 145 talks about the many amazing things about our God. In verse 3 it says that there are no boundaries to His greatness. NO BOUNDARIES! Let that sink in a minute. In the same verse it says that he can never be praised enough. Have you praised him today?

Recently a lady shared with me a trial she went through with her daughter. Death was a factor in this situation (can you imagine!?). God encouraged her not by assuring her that her daughter was to live, but saying that his love for her is greater than the love she has for her daughter (if you have kids this love is hard to fathom). Our God loves us so much and yet sometimes we forget to take time to just praise HIM. It’s how we show him love! I encourage you to take time every day to thank God for his greatness. He does so many things for us yet we expect more. What would happen if we just thanked him with no strings attached? I can tell you, your relationship will become deeper with Him. I don’t think you could complain about that.

Scripture: Psalms 145: 3

Great is the Lord, and highly to be praised,
And His greatness is unsearchable. NASB

God is magnificent; he can never be praised enough.
There are no boundaries to his greatness. Message

 Read: Psalms 145

Do: Remind yourself to Thank God everyday just because. NO strings attached.


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