Isn’t this why we can let go? May we all grow into this truth, that this kind of love is what enables us to walk in freedom. Believe it when walls of circumstance blind to this knowledge. Remember it when rolling out of bed seems monumental. Grasp it when fear threatens fulfillment of a dream. Know it, because it is the truth that sets men free.
May you hear His serenade this Sunday, His love song written just for you.
This is #28 in the series 31 Days of Letting Go. You can read the collective here. If you are a writer, I invite you to link up any post you’ve written on the theme of letting go in the comments on Friday. Subscribe to receive the series in your inbox or feed by adding your address in the side bar under Follow Redemptions Beauty.
Such a moment of thanksgiving as I read that Scripture…may we all hold fast to His faithfulness!
and there is a hush where He slips in…
This Scripture reminds us to rest in Him – So encouraging!
Oh yes, Shelly! We can let go because God’s love doesn’t! Amen! We can trust our God to love us and help us no matter what. And I simply could NOT believe your serendipity yet again as you talked about “serenade”! God does rejoice over us with singing, and should do the same for HIm. I read your post as a beautiful send off immediately as I was leaving for our Bach concert today. We sang Cantatas #70 & #80! In the latter we are reminded that God is our mighty fortress, in honor of Reformation Sunday. If you and your readers what to hear a Bach serenade to the Lord (Bach LOVED the Lord!), I’ve included a link below. The group with whom I sing, the American Kantorei (in St. Louis), is performing two movements from the Magnificat (not what we sang today), but I thought you might enjoy this “snippets” serenade. They’re just short passages. Yours truly is second from the left on the front row. I’m “wearing” curly hair, for a change, and pearls. Soli Deo Gloria!
I’m stopping by today from Jumping Tandem Sunday.
What a beautiful verse.
I hope you and yours has a blessed week!