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God’s Nearness

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Announcements Forums Truth — July 26th, 2020 God’s Nearness

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    chardelle
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    Golden Text: Psalm 119:151
    “Thou art near, O Lord; and all thy commandments are truth.”

    This realization of God’s nearness connected to His commandments bringing truth to us has been a great awakening for me. I never really studied the Ten Commandments until attending the Bible studies at the Plainfield Church. These life laws to guide me and all mankind are the basis for daily living. For instance we don’t need to covet because God supplies all our needs every day in every way. The nearness of God is felt as I think about these commands and check my thinking. Am I seeking God in obedience and following the First Commandment?
    I have work to do, and find comfort knowing that God is calling to me in order that I might rise like that eagle calling to her chick while soaring from above as the eaglet was walking around on the ground with chickens who had raised him.( From a story told in Nigeria by Reinhard Bonnke)

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