He Is

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We are His people. As we move closer to Him, we are transformed.

He Is...

He is Savior.

He is Healer.

He is Judge.

He is Creator.

He is God Almighty.

We may lie to ourselves and get away with it, usually at a cost. We can even try to run away from trouble, which has a way of following close behind us. But, we can’t lie to God. We can’t even run away from Him. The secrets are not secret to Him. He can never be deceived. Darkness must flee in the light of His presence.

When we realize He’s watching we are afraid. It’s a good, healthy fear. HE IS REAL. He is who He says He is. He makes reconciliation possible. Sin, secrets and sorrow are not our inheritance. He is our inheritance.

He is our God alone.

His dwelling place is here.

His dwelling place is here in our soul.

He dwells with us.

He is our God.

We are His people. His realness is revealed in the dailiness of our relationship. As I move closer to Him I am transformed. The yieldedness of my heart allows the Holy Spirit to work in the development and production of His handiwork.

He is...

He is the same yesterday.

He is the same today.

He is the same tomorrow.

He is...GOD.

Lord, you have been our dwelling place throughout all generations. Before the mountains were born or you brought forth the whole world, from everlasting to everlasting you are God. Psalm 90:1

God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Psalm 46:1

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