Friday, November 29, 2019
Sunday, November 17, 2019
Encounter into the God who Cares for Us - 11-17-19
During the worship at SOG tonight, I saw many angels in the meeting and their wings were spread out towards us and they slowly began to come closer to us until we were all being compressed into their wings, and suddenly I felt the care of God among us, and also for us.
It is one thing read in the Word that God cares for us, or to say that God cares for us, but its another thing to encounter it so that it becomes real.
As the worship continued, the vision panned outwards, and suddenly I saw us all, and the whole room also, were literally within the chest of God, and I immediately felt and knew that we were IN and WITHIN His care also.
The Lord began to speak about His need for us to comprehend the truth and reality of His love and of His care for us. Many in the Body of Christ struggle with connecting with His love, much less knowing that He cares for them. He wants us to know that He not only understands us, and our individual circumstances we go through from day to day, but that He is actively working things out behind the scenes for us because He cares. Many doubt His care for them. Many don't feel His care, and they struggle to connect with that concept of a caring relationship with Him.
We have now entered into a Season of coming into the reality of His love and experiencing for ourselves His care, and also experiencing that great security of being in Him, and we are to know that we can truly trust Him, and also completely relax knowing that He will be faithful to us and to continue to provide for us, as we continue to walk with Him.
I hope this encourages you who read this, and may He also draw you deeper into Him and may you know His deep love and care for you! He knows everything you need!
1 Peter 5:7 Amplified Bible, Classic Edition (AMPC)
7 Casting the [a]whole of your care [all your anxieties, all your worries, all your concerns, [b]once and for all] on Him, for He cares for you affectionately and cares about you [c]watchfully.
- Susan G OMarra