Verse of the day.
Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh. Is there anything too hard for Me?
We are often encouraged to testify about the beautiful things God has afforded us. We testify to His healing, faithfulness, sustenance, and goodness towards us.
If we, as humans, can testify to the goodness of our heavenly Father towards us; if the testimonies we share are found to encourage, heal, comfort others; if we who have been blessed by Him can testify of Him and be a source of encouragement to others, what then would be when He testifies of Himself?
God Also Testifies
God’s testimonies of Himself are pure and perfect. He never exaggerates, never understates. He understands that truth is enough and testifies as it is.
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In addition to being pure, the testimonies of God give Life. When He called forth light in creation, light became. When He speaks, He brings to life – His Word is Life. So, when God testifies of Himself, it never falls to the ground. It does more than draw a round of applause from us. It fills us with divine Life.
This was the experience of Moses who after engaging with God for 40 days and nights was transfigured (Exodus 24:18). David also heard God testify and declared “Your testimonies are my meditation.” (Psalms 119:99)
We must therefore exercise ourselves to listen, hear and meditate on God’s testimonies of Himself and not wait to be told about Him. Hearing Him speak of Himself lends us clarity into His person. We are made to see Him as He is, with no human testifier as a veil on our faces. This builds our faith and confidence in Him, ultimately causing us to love, fear, believe and trust Him more.
Hearing God speak of Himself lends us clarity into His person. We are made to see Him as He is, with no human testifier as a veil on our faces.Click To Tweet
Father, I believe every word that You say and I believe Your testimonies over the report of others. Your testimonies are my meditation.
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