Real Abstract Project – Post #3
If God Loves Me, Why Can’t I Feel It?
“But because of his great love for us, God, who is rich in mercy, made us alive with Christ even when we were dead in transgressions—it is by grace you have been saved.” Ephesians 2:4-5
There are many people in this world who believe for one reason or another that God does not love them. The is truth that God is love, and that He deeply, stubbornly, and eternally insists on loving every individual on the face of the planet. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you have done. God’s love even includes people you may have trouble loving. As a matter of fact, God loves you. ~ Dr. David Jeremiah
(God has just being so good… and that doesn’t mean life is not hard… On the opposite… life (my life) lately has been really hard… but at the same time I know that God is somehow taking care of it all even when I can’t feel it… I gotta trust Him… Just this picture today proves that God loves me… Well, it is a picture of the ceiling at my job… after working 10 hours straight I sat down I took a picture of the ceiling… He knows how much is project means to me and how I do everything I can to make sure I take a picture everyday… And, yes, you can still see His beautiful creation even looking at a ceiling…)
1 Comment | tags: abstract, ceiling, ceiling title, Ephesians 2:4-5, God is good, God loves me, God loves us, life is hard, real | posted in Abstract, Boston, MA, Fall
Real Abstract Project – Post #2
If God Loves Me, Can I Count on Him to Always Love Me?
“Though the mountains be shaken and the hills be removed, yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken nor my covenant of peace be removed,” says the LORD, who has compassion on you.” Isaiah 54:10
Fortunately, God’s love doesn’t depend on how well we love Him back. We don’t earn it, deserve it, or maintain it. God loves you at the top of the mountain, and He loves you equally in the depths of the valley. There is marvelous power, astounding power, supernatural power that comes when we cease our striving and simply begin to trust the rope—the infinite love of God. You need never let go of your hope because God will never let go of His love for you. ~ Dr. David Jeremiah
(It was around 5:20am. I was at the station waiting for the bus to go to work. To my right, I could see what would be the beginning of a beautiful day. Then I started to listen to music and randomly the first song that played was “I could sing of your love forever”. Well, I knew right there that today’s picture would be an “abstract” one… So, instead of trying to capture the sunrise, I capture what was in front of me while the song was playing… As if I was telling Him that doesn’t matter what I go through, I could sing of His love forever… Only He knew that throughout the day I would feel so sick (headache still as I write now…) that I wouldn’t be able to do anything else but lay in bed… The picture may not be that good… but what I felt this morning was… and I’m satisfied with that! And remember, God loves you. He always has, He always will.)
3 Comments | tags: compassion, Dr. David Jeremiah, God loves me, He loves me forever, hills be removed, Isaiah 54:10, mountains be shaken, unfailing love | posted in Boston, MA, Places, Summer
Real Abstract Project – Post #1
If God Loves Me, When Did God’s Love for Me Begin?
“For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb.” Psalms 139:13
God designs us for our days even as He designs our days for us, writing our future in His book even before it comes to pass. As God was forming you, He was watching over you in love. Everything God does, including overseeing the development of an unborn human child, is carried out in love. Nothing but love can account for God seeing us as redeemed in Jesus Christ even before we were conceived, born, or had committed any sin.
(Okay, here we go with the first post from the idea I shared on Day 249. I decided to call the this “Real Abstract Project”. Real because God’s love is real and abstract because the photos will be sort of “abstract”. So, the book that I got will only be release on Oct 2nd but on the website I have accesses to all the chapter summaries. There are 10 chapters with questions like the one above. I’ll choose the verse and I’ll just past the summary of the chapter, and again the book is from Dr. David Jeremiah. Another part of this project is the idea of me getting loose with the photos as well as not having any other restriction regarding posting… meaning, I can post about this project whenever I feel like! Okay! I guess that’s all for today!!! Let’s see when the next post will come!!! Blessings! And remember, God loves you. He always has, He always will.)
Leave a comment | tags: abstract, God loves me, God's love, inmost being, knit, Knitted together, mother’s womb, Psalms 139:13, Real Abstract Project | posted in Abstract, Boston, MA, Summer