I want those You have given Me to be with Me!

flock of plovers on rocks

This is beautiful. I am sorry I haven’t been posting the past few weeks. I brought my mother out of assisted care and back up here to live in Gloucester with me. We are in a lovely home that God has provided and she has settled in very nicely. God is so good, Our Lord is so precious, our sanctification is ongoing, and although challenging at times, something we should always be grateful for, as we move closer day by day to beholding Him face to face. 

(“Every Day!” Author unknown, 1872)

Father, I want those You have given Me to be with Me where I am, and to see My glory!” John 17:24

Precious Savior, how does Your love to Your own redeemed people appear in these words! Nothing will satisfy You short of the eternal possession of those whom the Father has given to You, whom You have redeemed with Your own most precious blood, and sanctified by Your Spirit. It is Your will that they should be with You. You would have them in Your presence and in Your home–that they may behold You face to face, and share Your glory and Your joy!

And the love of Your redeemed people answers to Your love to them–their chief desire is be with You where You are. The visits of Your love to them here on earth, are their seasons of highest enjoyment–but they are transient, and they see You only as in a glass darkly. They desire to be with You far away from this world of pollution and sin–with You in the place which You have prepared for them! They desire . . .
to forever abide with You,
to forever dwell where You dwell,
to forever behold Your glory, and
to enjoy continual manifestations of Your love–and so forever be with their precious Savior.

from www.gracegems.org

About God's Morning

I pray you are blessed, built up in your faith and Christian walk, and become an interactive participant in God's Morning. We are here as Christ's body, supporting and building each other up in all righteousness, in His name, awaiting His soon return. Maranatha!
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