God’s endless energy

“Have you never heard? Have you never understood? The LORD is the everlasting God, the Creator of all the earth. He never grows weak or weary. No one can measure the depths of his understanding” (Isaiah 40:28, NLT).

We have earthquakes all the time in Southern California, most of which we don’t notice because they are so small on the Richter scale. Every now and then a stronger one shakes us up and reminds us a big one could be in our future. When this happens, geologists talk about the earth releasing energy. Major weather events, such as tornadoes, hurricanes and tsunamis, are also described as having massive energy.

All the energy we see around us is minuscule compared to God’s energy. He never grows weak or weary and never needs sleep. His vitality, vigor and potency (great synonyms of energy) are off the charts—these words don’t even begin to describe the life force which is God. He is life and he is the source of life. How blessed we are that in his love and by his grace, he chooses to share his life with us, both now and for eternity.

Author: ttkach

Writer, cyclist, paper-crafter, mom, gardener.

One thought on “God’s endless energy”

  1. Thanks for your reminders! God’s endless energy, who can grasp this? Altogether awesome! And He is our Father!

    Along with this, what impresses me, a little sheep, is His complete control — His perfect control — of this limitless energy/power! Everywhere we look in His creation, there is complete and perfect control of this tremendous power!

    Can we see some of this perfect and righteous control? The universe, the sun, moon, planets == the galaxies — the limitless universe! And here in our near environment, planet earth, oh there is so much that is overwhelming!

    More than that, human beings made in His image and likeness — we are His children! And He has a “total grasp” of all we do, nothing is hidden, and righteous judgment is sure to come!

    The perfect control of all that occurs is sobering and an incentive toward the Message of Repentance, even a “baptism” into a new Way that has everlasting foundations! Yes, we need not only “go along with the flow” but, as faith moves us along, we may express that wonderful gift by living our lives, in-tune with a humble spirit and receiving the gifts of the Spirit, one of which is self-control (Gal.5:22-23).

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