Over the Fence

Call to Me and I will answer you and show you great and mighty things, fenced in and hidden, which you do not know (do not distinguish and recognize, have knowledge of and understand). (Jeremiah 33:3 AMP)

I was trying to ponder what those great and mighty things might be.

In God’s kingdom life is upside down compared to hierarchies here.

So things small matter eternally when maybe an important action in our world is not as significant.

Depending on motive and heart.

A cup of cold water. image

A nudge from a friend to do what is right.

A chair for trembling legs. image

A slow dance when a girl is feeling weary.

In other words kindness and the power from it is a great and mighty secret.

Mercy and grace are secrets fenced in so that when we worship, call out His Name and give of ourselves we peek over the fence into how powerful their effect.

The most humble act of love by our Savior when He was at His worst was the greatest gift to His friends, to us.

So humility and it’s power is hidden behind the fence.

Before His humility on the cross he brought out bread and wine for his disciples. They ate a bit and drank a bit. image

It was to help them keep in mind how much love there was when the Savior poured out His life. Another sobering, sweet, secret from over the fence.

Our Savior’s love makes us one. And that is powerful.


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