Stone Art




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“He is your praise and your God, who has done for you these great and awesome things which your eyes have seen.” Deut. 10:21

Moses spoke these words to Israel prior to their journey into the land of promise. He had placed the tables of stone into the ark as God had commanded, and now it was time for Israel to prove their mettle. “Go in and possess the land which I have sworn unto your fathers.”


Moses exhorted Israel to:

Fear the Lord

·         Walk in all His ways

·         Love the Lord

·         Serve Him with all your heart and soul

·         Keep His laws

·         Circumcise the foreskin of your heart

·         Be flexible

·         Love the strangers among you

·         Trust the Lord


The exhortations above sound quite familiar, don’t they? As Christians, we hold to each of them in our daily walk with Christ. Moses was admonishing Israel to remember all that God had done for them and to cling to this great God who had brought them out of bondage. We too need this reminder.

It’s all too easy to interact with God as if He were a sugar daddy or an easy mark. NO!  He is the awesome God of Israel, the great I AM! Don’t mess with the MAN! Fear Him, respect Him, stand before Him in awe, and esteem Him. He’s number ONE.

Walk in ways that reflect His love and mercy to others. Love Him with that bone-deep, heart-booming passion born from a worshipful spirit. Serve Him heartily, wholly, with all the gusto you can muster. Keep His commandments and you’ll reap many rewards. Discipline yourself, lean into the yoke and pull hard. Right next to you on the other side is Jesus. Just remember that. Love the stranger among you, for you were once strangers also. Cling fast to the Lord and He will always be with you.

Make it a practice to praise the Lord–with thanksgiving and a humble spirit. Think back to the wondrous moments He lightened your life. Ponder what He is doing for you right this moment. Praise Him, praise Him, praise Him . . . our wonderful Redeemer! Amen.


7 comments on “Stone Art

  1. Never thought of God a sugar daddy when we’re under strict observances– I’ve always believed that God means what he says and says what He means. Wonderful post!

    • Hello, sweet friend! Wondering how you were. Good observation. On the other hand, I’ve heard talk in the likes of the sugar daddy mojo. Guess it all depends on one’s perspective, huh? 🙂 Love your participation, Debbie.

  2. I like what you said…”He had placed the tables of stone into the ark as God had commanded, and now it was time for Israel to prove their mettle.” He will make a way for us, when we trust Him and prove our faith to believe that He will provide for our needs. Thank you for sharing this good word! Bless you…. ~Zoey

  3. DougDoesLife says:

    Beautiful image with this post…

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