A Journey With God

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Life is a journey. We know this since we come into awareness of this world. Life is not just acquiring material things, having good education, good friends, comfortable house, perfect family and a belief in a higher being we call God. The journey of life is fulfilled not through this material world. The journey of life is fulfilled in perfecting the faith we have in God.

God is not a God whom we know from afar. He is not only a Father who provides material things. He is a Father who loves. He is a friend who cares. He is a God whom we can touch, we can feel, we can be one with through communion.

The breath we have is His. The life we are given comes from Him. He knows us so much. He counts our every hair. He is with us. He is in us. He is in our every cell. He is the light inside our hearts. He is seated deep inside our being. There is no need for us to look outside to feel Him; for He says, “Be still and know that I am God.” In our stillness His voice is heard louder. In our stillness His glory shines the most. To worship Him is to glorify every moment. His light shines through us. His light shines within us. His ways are peaceful. His presence is delightful. In His presence we are guided to the right path. In His presence our soul rejoices. In His presence we are whole.

Rejoice in God. Feel His presence. Journey with Him.

Have a purposeful day!

~Nezel

(WP Daily Prompt: journey)

(This post originally appeared from my other blog: Get Happy Slowly)

 

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9 thoughts on “A Journey With God

  1. woundedjoy.com

    First, I will say I loved the photography you chose. Next, you incorporated such a beautiful picture of our Gpd iwith smooth and delicate writing. I want to read you again!

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  2. I came across your blog while reading your daily post on Learning. You have such a way with words that ring true in life. Keep writing and sharing your thoughts, they are beautiful! Blessings to you!

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  3. Beautiful. This reminds me, especially the photo, of the poem Footprints in the sand.

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