Telling Your Story with Thanks

Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; His love endures forever. Let the redeemed of the Lord tell their story…” (Psalm 107:1-2a)

my story is one of grace and mercy.

my story is one of forgiven sin.

my story is one of missing the point, only to be found by the Point Himself.

my story is one of fighting for integrity in a sin-clouded culture.

my story is one of brokenness and His healing, of weakness and His strength

my story is of family undone and put back together by His redeeming hand.

my story is one of growth by the streams of living water, moving towards becoming a tree of righteousness.

my story is one of blindness and His healing touch that brought my eyes sight.

my story is one part of the great story of God’s people from Abraham through Moses, Joshua, David, Isaiah, Peter, Paul, Clement, Augustine, Gregory, Bernard, Martin Luther, Jean Calvin, John of  the Cross, and onward.

what is your story?

2 thoughts on “Telling Your Story with Thanks

  1. Thanks for asking.
    My story is the Hound of Heaven.
    My story is one creating a hunger in me for Himself, without which I would not have found Him.
    My story is how he rescued me before the major crisis and grounding me to go through that crisis with Him.
    My story is nurturing me to become strong in the midst of storms.
    My story is having Him as the one I can lean on when there is no other.
    My story is climbing into the Lap of the Father to be held by Him when there was no one else to console me.
    My story is His provision, HIs faithfulness, His sustaining.
    My story is having a shepherd, a king, a savior, a provider, a friend, an interceder, a High Priest, all in One.

  2. My story is stated in Ephesians 2:19-20
    You are no longer foreigners and aliens, but fellow citizens with God’s people and members of God’s household built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets with Christ Jesus as the chief cornerstone.

    My story is 1 Peter 2:10
    Once you were not a people- but now you are a people of God
    Once you had not received mercy, but now you have received mercy

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