Scripture Verse Of The Week ‘Psalm 19 Verse 1’

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Psalm 19 verse 1: “The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky proclaims the work of His Hands.”

The existence of creation implies the existence of a creator, and the nature of the creation implies that He was wise enough to plan it and powerful enough to execute His plan and maintain what He had made. So complex a universe demands a Creator who can do anything, Who know everything and Who is present everywhere.

What excuse to we have, not to accept His way for our lives. Jeremiah 29 verse 11: He has plans for all our lives. “Plans for your welfare, not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope”.

The Heavens declare His Glory, and the sky proclaims the work of His Craftsmanship. You and I are apart of that craftsmanship, created for great purpose, one to live in fellowship, with the Master Craftsman.

In spite of the universal message that pours out day and night to the entire world, most people ignore it and reject Go because they want to live as they please Romans 1 verse 18 to 25:

In Romans 10 verse 18: Paul quotes Psalm 19 verse 4; as part of his explanation of why Israel rejected the gospel and what this rejection did ot the nation. The people could never say they had not heard God’s message, because verse 4: “that the whole world has heard’. Therefore, both Gentiles and Jews stand guilty before God and need to be saved through faith in Jesus Christ, and we must take the Salvation message to them. Romans 10 verse 1 to m15:

The heaven declare the Glory of God. Romans 10 verse 15; “How welcome are the feet of those who announce the Gospel of good things”.

We can be part of the problem through stubbornness, or part of the answer, through surrender to the Awesome God, Who has plans for our lives.

God Bless.

OFJ

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