​Psalms 23: There’s more-1

​Psalms 23: There’s more-1

Psalms 23:2 “He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters.”

I once heard a musician praise God by calling Him, “The One who we take from and never gets finished”. That guy was very right. We serve a God whose power, wisdom, knowledge, wealth and resources never gets exhausted. In order words God can never finish. With our God there is always more. 

In our Focal scripture, David was led to a green pasture where he ate his full and even lay down, but after some time, God woke him up and told him to follow him to another place; a place of still waters.

Friend, don’t tabernacle at a place of miracle thinking you have arrived, accept his invitation to the next miracle and then the next and so on. Hear how he introduced himself to Moses when He was about starting the miracles that will lead to their emancipation from Egypt:

Exodus 6:3 “And I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto Jacob, by [the name of] God Almighty, but by my name JEHOVAH was I not known to them.”

He said, Abraham and Isaac knew him as God Almighty, meaning the most powerful, forceful, the source of all blessings, the God who is more than enough. In the Hebrew it means El Shaddai.

Can you imagine that? He said he can never finish because he is more than enough. But when he met Moses, he said there is still more! I thought El Shaddai should just suffice, but He said there is another side to Him which is called “JEHOVAH”. 

Jehovah means, the I AM, the self-existent One, the everlasting God. In order words, God was saying, “Even though I am already more than enough to satisfy all your need, I am still more than that!”. In case you get to the end of more than enough (if that is ever possible), you will still meet Him there!

Our God is inexhaustible, he can’t finish, he takes delight in revealing his multi-sided dimensions. 

To be continued…

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