God’s Tomorrow

8 Feb

God’s Word: Psalms 138

God’s Attribute: No matter the distance–God knows everything about us.

God’s Message to me:

I am all-knowing and everywhere present—therefore there is no need to try to hide anything from me—for it is impossible.  While you may wish you could hide some things from me, on the other hand, aren’t you glad I always have you in mind and view.  Nothing happens to you but what it has passed through my filter.  So what does that say when bad things happen?  Life is temporal.

When mankind made the choice to sin, back in the beginning, a whole new chain of events was set into place that included sickness, pain and death—which are the consequences of sin.  But even in the worst of circumstances I am with you to give you the strength you need to get through it.  It hurts me as much as it hurts you but mankind must live with the consequences of sin—which includes no happy endings on earth.

That does not mean all sickness, pain and death are the consequences of a person’s sin, but that they were set into motion (back in the garden) as the result of sin—which is rebellion against my perfect will.  The seed of your life I planted on the earth and it will reach perfect fruition in heaven as it returns to me.  Take heart—there is a perfect tomorrow.

God’s Question for me:

Will it make any difference in your life today if you realize I have you in constant view?

God’s Promise to me:

I will wipe away every tear from your eye.

My Song to God:

God’s tomorrow is a day of gladness
And its joys shall never fade
No more weeping, no more sense of sadness
No more foes to make afraid

God’s tomorrow, God’s tomorrow
Ev’ry cloud will pass away
At the dawning of that day
God’s tomorrow, no more sorrow
For I know that God’s tomorrow
Will be better than today!

God’s tomorrow is a day of greeting
We shall see the Savior’s face
And our longing hearts await the meeting
In that holy, happy place


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