There’s no shadow You won’t light up, no mountain You won’t climb up coming after me. There’s no wall You won’t kick down, no lie You won’t tear down coming after me”- Reckless love by Bethel music.
I just grasped the gravity of message the words above carry a few days ago. The past few weeks had me drenched in a spiral of doubt, fear, and uncertainty and God came through and lit up all shadows in my thoughts. With Him, there are no walls.
You do not know how far God can go for you. No one knows the extent He could go to express His care towards us. I’m talking about a Father who did not spare His own Son, but gave Him up for you who cared nothing about Him. What can He not do for you? Romans 8:32. What are His limits? Think about it and you’ll discover that there’s absolutely nothing short about His Arm. Even if I took a wrong turn in my decisions, I trust God to redirect my path as He did Jonah. Guys, did you realize that the whale spat him out exactly in Nineveh? That was free transportation for Jonah. lol. You can never discern the extent He’ll go for you. I have no fears ’cause I know He’s got me and you shouldn’t as well. With Him, there are no walls.
Know that God wants you to be victorious more than you desire you to be. He wants you to live a blameless life much more than you want to. He desires you to prosper and be in good health much more than you do so I’m certain that He’ll come through for you. Let’s learn to trust The One who has no walls.
Being compassionate is to be deeply aware of the suffering of another, coupled with the wish to relieve it. It’s synonymous to being empathetic. Feeling what the other person feels. Many of us sometimes have this unfit perception of God to be a wicked One who cares not about our well-being. Many times in the Bible, Jesus was moved with compassion for the people. He was moved with compassion and fed a multitude. Matt 14:14. He was moved with compassion and He healed the sick. Matt 20:34.
In reference to our definition above and contrary to what circumstances make us feel, God is aware and wishes to relieve you of that suffering. Abraham’s suffering was childlessness. He asked God for an heir and God promised Him nations. wow. God fulfilled His promise at His appointed time and till today we all marvel at the story. So to answer your question- No, He has not forsaken you.
Never forget that He’s aware and working things out for you already. He reached out to me through a nonacquaintance when He needed to. He proved to me that He was very much aware of what was happening even when it didn’t feel like it. And because He’s so compassionate, there’s no telling what He’ll do to reach out to His children.
With Him, there are no walls. Be careful not to think of Him as One who has bounds.
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