“I will meditate on your majestic, glorious splendor and your wonderful miracles.”
Psalms 145:5 (NLT)
I am sitting one hundred yards from the Pacific Ocean. And yet, with all the activity that this vacation has had so far I have yet to spend twenty minutes in front of it’s mighty power. Tonight I walked out the door and down the path and within seconds I could hear the pounding of the waves on the shore. Standing along a guard rail, I looked down at the water coming in wave after wave and lets it’s reminder of God’s mighty love and power fill my heart. Tomorrow I plan on sitting on the sand and just being there soaking it in. How is it we can be so close to something and not take the time to capture it’s essence? David knew the answer. We major on the minors. We don’t take the time to contemplate and muse on the important things in life. David wrote, “I will meditate on your majestic, glorious splendor and your wonderful miracles.” David took the time to devote focused attention to God and His wonderful attributes. He took the time to pay attention to God. He dared to stop and reflect, to ponder on God’s almighty power, splendor and miracles. And when he did, he was a better man for it. You see focusing on God does not make God powerful, no more than my looking at the ocean makes it so majestic. It only allows us to see and know the mysteries of what has always been there. Today, don’t miss another moment. Don’t let another day go by without seeing and focusing on all that God is and all the love He has for you. He is majestic, He is full of glorious splendor and His miracles abound.
Father, I want to know You and Your glorious splendor. Help me stop and meditate on You. Help me focus my attention, love and devotion toward You. Guide me into a deeper knowledge of You I pray.
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