And my tongue will talk of your righteous help all the day long. Psalm 71:24
God wants all of you.
He wants desperately to be your all in all.
How do you begin to know His heart? Or know what He wants from you?
Constant conversation. A never ending conversation with God.
You’re kidding, right?
God wants to know about the missing socks, the broken garage door, or the mouse trap?
He knows you inside and out and wants you to know Him the same way.
We have the most incredible opportunity in the world to seek God’s face.
We can become His companion.
His actual companion!
My conversations with God are never ending.
Inside my heart, I chat with Him about everything.
In the mornings, I thank Him for hot showers and delicious coffee (priorities!).
I thank Him for blessing me: all the people I love, job, church, and the plethora of material possessions just to scratch the surface.
I thank Him for looking out for me and giving me my heart’s desire.
I ask Him to plan my day and be with me each moment.
I ask Him to intervene in different situations, to lead me down the path He has for me, and give me an abundance of love to share with others.
During the day, I pop in with different things: a thank you for that unexpected surprise on my desk or help when I begin waving that white flag yet again.
Sometimes it’s just a plea for wisdom when those mini moments erupt with 4 children!
The only way I can explain it is constant conversation. A never ending chat with my best friend.
He knows my every thought. He is as close as the wind on my face.
His hugs and tender peace wrap me up every day.
Constant conversation with God.
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Practical and encouraging!!! Wise words, Amy! Thanks
You’re so cool! I don’t think I’ve read through anything like that before.
So good to discover someone with genuine thoughts on this issue.
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Thanks for those kind words! Blessings!