Celebrating our Father!

Yall see that  gurl up there?????? She loves her some God.

 I dont know why, but I can look at  something, anything  and get 5 spiritual lessons from it. A \”normal\” person would just see  that  for what it is and that would be the end of it. Aint nothing wrong with that…….not one thang. But as for me I truly believe that God \”wired\” me up something different.

A few weeks ago I was with my daughter taking care of some business when  we were at the red light waiting for it to change. As Im waiting, I look over and see what appears to be a homeless man on his bike with his dog………..also waiting for the light to change. I looked at his dog who was very

attentive. Every move the man made the dog made too. The dog kept watching his master, not only making sure that he doesn\’t leave him, but to make sure that he knew his every move. If anyone came too hurt the man or dog, you betta believe that they had each others back. Had I hollered out of my car and said \”come here boy, come here doggy\” that dog would have looked at me…… barked, and said to himself \”yeah whateva I don\’t know you like that playa\”! You know why? Cause that dog knows where his dinner comes from. That dog knows that aint nobody gonna treat him like his master.
As we are at the light waiting for it to turn. I just burst out crying. My daughter was like maaa what\’s wrong with you? ( She knows Im sensitive) She said are you crying over that dog? I know you are! I said boo, you just see the dog, I see something else.
I begin to explain to her what God revealed to me. If that man represents God and the dog represent us (his children) here is how the story will look. When God makes a move in our lives we are supposed to MOVE! Not sit at the \”corner\” while the light is green watching our master cross the street. We are suppose to be right there with him! If  Satan atempts  to try to take us away from our master, we are to be just like that dog and respond with a bark so loud………to let him know that he (God) is our master, and that he is where our help comes from and that Satan has no place in our lives.
If you took that same dog, blind folded him, and had 10 people call to him, that dog will bark the loudest at his master because he knows his voice. When we spend time with God, we will know his voice. WE don\’t have to ask \”gurl how do you know his voice\”? We\’ll automatically know.
If you and your mom was at the grocery store, and she was in one aisle and you in another, wouldnt you know her voice from all the others? Yes! Because you have spent time with her. When she says to you. ok Im done shopping, aint it time to roll out with her? Yes, cause aint nobody else gon take care of you, or take you home ( without gas money) lol like momma.
We should be just like that dog…………to keep our eyes on our master. Not at one time did that dog want to be separated from his master. Yes, Satan will throw things (A CAT) in the dogs path to get his eyes off his master. But he knows that if he is too focus on that cat, his master will be still walking on across the street, that dog will eventually  have to stop chasing that cat, and catch up with his master.
I pray in Jesus name that you all got this. I didnt want to write it, but my master said I had too.
God bless

Psalm 121 (New International Version)

A song of ascents.

 1 I lift up my eyes to the hills—
       where does my help come from?

 2 My help comes from the LORD,
       the Maker of heaven and earth.

 3 He will not let your foot slip—
       he who watches over you will not slumber;

 4 indeed, he who watches over Israel
       will neither slumber nor sleep.

 5 The LORD watches over you—
       the LORD is your shade at your right hand;

 6 the sun will not harm you by day,
       nor the moon by night.

 7 The LORD will keep you from all harm—
       he will watch over your life;

 8 the LORD will watch over your coming and going
       both now and forevermore

From this day on, I will try my best to live my life in a way pleasing to God. Because I want my name in the Book of Life~~ Lacrease

5 Replies to “Celebrating our Father!”

  1. This is a good lesson to read, thanks for posting hopefully somebody will read it and gain some knowledfe about following the hands of God. love always San T


  2. That was wonderful! Isn’t it wonderful to have these conversations with our children? I love talking to my son about the Lord and hearing his input on things too! We do daily devotions together and he is so attentive and I love it. I want to teach him early to hear his FATHER’s voice…thanks for sharing! Be blessed!


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