Nothing is greater than the love of God…

Be encouraged today! Christ Arose! We serve a Risen Lord!

Learning From God's Word

“The eternal God is your refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms” (Deuteronomy 33:27).

When we read these words, we are lifted into the atmosphere of eternity. We read of “the eternal God” and “the everlasting arms.” Getting this eternal perspective is so important. Very often, we get bogged down in things that are happening to us here and now. Sometimes, we feel trapped in our circumstances. There are so many things that we feel we can do nothing about. Life can feel like a downward spiral. We wonder, “Is there anything that can lift us up?” Where are we to look for something that can lift us out of our negative thoughts. Here’s something we always need to hear, something we need to keep on believing – “The eternal God is your refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms.” What wonderful words we have here! What a great blessing…

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About Shofar/Liz

I have a Christian blogsite-'God's Enduring Love' at https://heulu.wordpress.com with 'Words of Encouragement from the Bible and Liz's Journal'. Also, an art blogsite-'Art with Aloha' at http://artwithaloha.wordpress.com 'A Journal About Art and Life. I use acrylic and oil paints, graphite pencils and pen and ink.

Posted on April 2, 2021, in Enduring Love, Teachings and Exhortations. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thanks for reblogging this post. God bless you.

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