Day Three – Genesis 3:1-15

Good morning, dear one.
How are you doing? Have you got your “rhythm” in place of when and where you meet with Him each day? Hope so. The busier we are, the MORE we need to stop first and meet with Him. Here’s what God showed me from today’s reading:
Genesis 3:8 “When the cool evening breezes were blowing, the man and his wife heard the LORD God walking about in the garden. So they hid from the LORD God among the trees.”
OH, the sad consequences of sin! There You were, Lord, actually in the garden with them, yet they could no longer freely approach You. They hid. Thank You for coming to earth, Lord Jesus, to “walk” it again and – through Your death and victory on the cross – to enable us to walk with You again. No more hiding!! You have set us free.
Write out your verse and comments below, friends. I’d love to see what treasures God showed you.

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  • V9 – But the Lord God called to the man, “Where are you”? Sometimes I hear God calling to me, Where are you? Those times I miss my morning quiet times and he’s waiting for me. “Where are you Debbie”? When I make wrong choices, say hurtful words or let pride take over me. “where are you Debbie”? When I sin my relationship is broken with God. I no longer feel his love, his presence or the joy of being her daughter. Thankfully, God never loses sight of me, he is always there waiting for me to return into his loving arms. Once I was lost but now I am found. God reaches out to me. I am so thank for his unconditional love and his forgiveness of all my since an faults. Thank you Lord!

    • Oh my goodness, Debbie. I love this thought!! He does. He seeks us out when we hide … like the one lost sheep, He finds us as brings us back. Thanks for this morning’s insight!

  • v.1 thinking about Satan’s subtlety as he leads me to question God. For example: When bad things happen, a good God must not be in control. God’s rules are not fair—what about my rights? It is easy to question things I don’t understand—eternity, sovereignty, the Trinity etc. How often I let the world—life—steal my focus away from God. Yes, Lord, I need to be on guard: keep praying, studying the truth in your word, trusting you no matter how things look.

    • Sharon Gamble
      December 3, 2019 3:55 pm

      “trusting you no matter how things look.” YES! Oh Lyn, thank you for that good word. That’s exactly it.


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