Knowing your Heavenly Father

I kept looking into my notepad after typing the title and just can’t resist to keep thinking of all the good things that God has done throughout my life. Knowing your Heavenly Father will make a lot of difference when you are battling with Fear, doubts, Life and it goes on. His Love is unconditional in all the ways and it can’t be described in words.

We have heard of the Prodigal son story a couple of times (Luke 15:11-32) in our life. Many a times, when I have gone away from God in a position where the Enemy tried to build on the guilty feeling that I had within myself and how imperfect I was, that I would never be accepted again by God. It beat to me a level, that I had to come to conclusion that it’s better to live the way I was living rather turning back to the One who loved me and created me in HIS very own image.

God died on the cross and took the unimaginable pain, thinking about US & he Rose again to show that Death can’t defeat him. Think on the second part, “He Rose Again”; to show us that He lives & He wants us to know that no Man on Earth or the Enemy can defeat his children nor can take them away from him. When he has chosen & promised you, think that he is not going to sleep until the promises come true in your life.

His love is so much, that he can’t stay away from you. It’s just that we need to know that he is always with us and within us. How far or how bad you may be now, just know that he wants you as you are and he is not kept count of your wrong doings rather he has keeps thinking of you and wants to see you walk into a prosperous life.  When you fail trying to live in God’s way, don’t give up rather look unto his love as he never gave up on you.

He was Fighter, so are you!!!!

“Your Father in heaven is not willing that any one of these little ones should be lost.”  (Matthew 18:14)

“But while he was still a long way off, his father saw him and was filled with compassion for him; he ran to his son, threw his arms around him and kissed him… But the father said to his servants, `Quick!  Bring the best robe and put it on him.  Put a ring on his finger and sandals on his feet.  Bring the fattened calf and kill it.  Let’s have a feast and celebrate.  For this son of mine was dead and is alive again; he was lost and is found.’” (Luke 15:20b, 22-24)