Many, many years ago, I remember singing a song called “He’s Got The Whole World, In His Hands”. This song could go on forever and ever because you could add anything to the song and sing about it. He’s got the itty-bitty possum, in His hands, He’s got the great flying squirrel, in His hands, He’s got the ring-tailed mongoose, in His hands, He’s got the whole world in His hands. We used to have fun seeing what we could include in the song and, yes, it would get ridiculous after a while. I am sure we drove the Sunday School teacher right round the bend, it was a great time of laughing and playing while we were getting a wonderful truth. The truth behind it all is that God does have the whole world in His hands. Even though there are so many atrocities in our world today and it all seems to be heading in a very destructive direction, we can rest assured that He’s got this.
Yours, O Lord, is the greatness, the power, the glory, the victory, and the majesty. Everything in the heavens and on earth is yours, O Lord, and this is your kingdom. We adore you as the one who is over all things.
1 Chronicles 29:11 NLT
God is the One over all things, that is, His creation, the wholeness of the seen and unseen universe (we have no clue how far the universe extends) and the realm of Heaven and earth just to name a few. If you think that He does not have time to look after some of your issues or problems because they are so insignificant in the grand scheme of things, think again. Our Father in Heaven knows every hair on your head and cares deeply for our lives. There is not one person in this creation who fully understands the absolute fullness of God. There are some who will try to place Him in a box but, truth be told, we have no clue at all. His love for us is absolutely perfect to the point that we don’t even have a word that can properly describe the depth of this love. When we suffer, the Son cries with us and the Holy Spirit brings comfort and strength. We are perfectly cared for by Elohim, the Triune God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. He truly has this all under control and there should be a perfect peace and a hope knowing that fact.
This Sunday, we are excited to welcome Rev Glenn Reeder. We would love for you to join us either in person or online Sunday at 10:30 AM MST.
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