I fell in love with my husband half-my-life ago, yet with twenty four years of marriage under our belt, there are still moments that I shake my head and wonder, “who is that man?” And while I may not have every mystery about him solved, I DO know my husband. I know his voice, his touch, and his quirks. I’m can bear witness to his character, his personality, and his ways.
The same is true about my relationship with God. Over the years, I have gotten to know God intimately. I talk with Him regularly in prayer. I’ve learned to hear His voice, to recognize His touch, and to understand many basic truths of who He is.
There are countless revelations of God in His Word.
The Bible boasts of His greatness, glory, honor, and character.
We know that Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever (Hebrews 13:8), that God’s grace is sufficient for every repentant heart, and that His power is made perfect in our weakness (2 Corinthians 12:9). We know that His name is above all other names (Philippians 2:9), that there is no other like Him (Jeremiah 10:6), and that His wisdom holds secrets that are hidden from before time began (I Corinthians 2:7).
And for as much as we know and know about the LORD, our knowledge of Him is but a fraction of a grain of sand as held up to all the beaches on earth.
He is the mysterious master Creator who hung each star in the sky and calls them by name, yet He wants us to love Him, to trust Him, to know Him, and to worship Him. (TWEET this!) That thought alone blows my mind and sets it to wonder!
God invites us to a vibrant dance of abundant life through His Son, Jesus Christ. (Another TWEETABLE!)
The voices of all of creation shout His praise. Take a moment to pause and consider Him… to respond to Him… to meditate on His glorious splendor. Worship. Right now. Where you are.
As we worship God, He stirs a hunger in our hearts to know and love Him even more.
Let’s say with the psalmist today, “I will extol You, my God, O King, and I will bless Your name forever and ever. Every day I will bless You, and I will praise Your name forever and ever. Great is the LORD, and highly to be praised, and His greatness is unsearchable.” (Psalm 145:1-3, NASB)
Lose yourself in His unsearchable greatness as you celebrate the beauty of Christ today.
Your greatness truly is unsearchable!
I pray that you will continue to stir up a hunger in my soul to know
all the mystery of You that remains. Please cause me to think bigger thoughts of You,
and to acknowledge You in all my ways.
FOR YOUR RESPONSE and REFLECTION:
Read Jeremiah 33:3. “Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.” What does this verse mean to you? What does this verse tell you about the rewards of calling on our Lord? Thank Him for hearing your prayers and for healing your pains. Be lost in the wonder of Him.
This devotion was inspired by a worship song that I co-wrote called, UNSEARCHABLE. Take a moment to read through the lyric below – then listen to the song.
By Sue Smith and Gwen Smith
Lord, I know that your grace is sufficient for me
I know I am held by your love
And You’re there when I call
You are strong when I’m weak
You delight over me from above
And You stir up a hunger that I can’t explain
To know all the mystery of You that remains
Unsearchable mercy to me
I am lost in the wonder of all that I know
Knowing there’s much more to see
Cause you are unsearchable
You are unsearchable
Lord, I boast in Your glory that humbles the stars
Your name has such power and might
And Your goodness and kindness
Have captured my heart
Your Word keeps giving me life
And you stir up a hunger that I can’t explain
to know all the mystery of You that remains…
Hear the voice of all creation crying out
Since it is Thanksgiving week, I’d love to hear one thing that you are THANKFUL FOR about the greatness of God! Leave a comment and list your one thing (or more!).
I’m thankful for YOU, friend! 🙂
Have a beautiful day,
UNSEARCHABLE is on the Unsearchable Live CD. Get your copy today from www.GwenSmith.net/store, or download the song from iTunes or Amazon.