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Sovereignty of God/Facing Death (3 of 3)
Series: Death-A Part of Life
Let us take each verse of Psalm 139 and break it down to make a sure foundation to build upon.
O LORD, You have searched me and known me. You know my sitting down and my rising up; You understand my thought afar off. You comprehend my path and my lying down, And are acquainted with all my ways.
According to this the Lord knows each of us even the person who died. The Lord knows us and He also has the power to search us and He is acquainted with all our ways. Nothing surprises the Lord when it comes to knowing us inside and out. The Lord knows each of us better than we know ourselves. Did you realize this? He knows you better than you know yourself. Think about the uniqueness of each one of our DNA codes. Think about how each any every human being on the face of this earth past, present and even in the future will have totally unique fingerprints.
My DNA and my fingerprints are one of a kind. So we must come to the realization that God knows us better than we know yourself. Whatever happens in our life God knows and whoever dies in our life, we need to understand that the Lord knew what was going to happen. Accepting God's sovereignty is hard to fully understand because it is beyond us. But this should not trouble our spirit since even DNA is beyond our own vision and most of our understanding.
Let us continue with the next portion of Psalm 139:
For there is not a word on my tongue,
But behold, O LORD, You know it altogether.
You have hedged me behind and before,
And laid Your hand upon me.
Such knowledge is too wonderful for me;
It is high, I cannot attain it.
I need a God that is bigger than any box that I can build to put Him into. The Lord must be bigger than your brain if He is the creator and we must allow Him to be grandiose and wonderfully larger than life. Listen the Bible tells us that the Earth is His footstool. So the Lord can rest His feet upon this ...
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