Food for ThoughtPsalm 130:1 From the Depths
Food for Thought
An Guide to Kingdom Living

By Marni Montanez

Psalm 130:1 Complete Jewish Bible  2/1/2014

Adonai, I call to you from the depths

The depths…where is this place of mystery?

It is in a place of abandon; unhindered and untouched by human intentions.

We all have this depth, but few experience it.  What God wants for us is more than Sunday church service or church picnics; it is even more than praying for one another and struggling through situations we find ourselves in that leave us desperately clinging on to hope.

Our experience can be so much more than we allow; and it is up to us to let God take us beyond what we believe is our limit.  God’s perspective is that there is no limit.  His design was for us to lean into Him and follow close behind into the abyss of great spiritual blessing.  These blessings were designated to provide a way into a destiny of supernatural victory.  

When God created Adam and Eve He meant for them to dwell with Him on a plain that was rich with daily abundant living.  He walked with them and fellowshipped in a way we have not understood.  Far too many times we settle for the mediocre and secure; closing our hearts to the unfathomable treasures we could have.  

The journey can be hard and there is a price to pay if we are to see the possibilities before us.  If we meet this challenge with fear and control, we will never get there. But if we dive into the presence of God daily and trust Him to take us anywhere He has chosen, we will experience the depths we were created for and thus be fulfilled in our walk with God.

Challenge:  It takes one step at a time to get somewhere;  take that one step of risk.  Say yes to God and trust Him to take you the rest of the way.

God bless


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