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A True Fit

January 21, 2012

I guess that I was just thinking, scary as that concept may be, well, thinking about God. Again. These days it seems that my down time is filled with thoughts of Him. Thoughts of human nature and how this world came to be the way it is right now. It is overwhelming at moments, but as I have said before; once you open your eyes and your heart to God’s wisdom and stop sleepwalking through life – understanding becomes free.

We were created to be this perfect fit for God. That’s why it boggles the mind that in this day and age, the world is so completely broken. That we all choose, with our free will, not to follow God’s plan. That human nature is to defy and turn our backs on the One who created us in the first place. That, like a defiant child, we put God in the backseat, or we even banish him from our ride in life all together. Hmmm. That is too bad.

How can it be that we are inherently built for sin? That it is in our nature to rebel? How can we sit there as a race of human beings and justify our sin? So I guess it comes to a point where you do have to choose. Do you choose nature or do you choose grace? Grace being the ride with God and the forgiveness He promises us, He tells us to bring it to him – all of our sin – bring it and He will nail it to the cross. Or is it nature you will choose? Our nature being linked to “The Original Sin”, the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil – the fountainhead of sin. Paul reveals to us in the book of Romans that the bottom line is that God is the perfect savior, He came to Earth to crucify our sins. He is our redeemer!
“For sin shall not have dominion over you, for you are not under law but under grace. (Romans 6:14). Of course Paul goes on to say that we can’t break the law just because we are under grace, and that “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 6:23).


That makes us a perfect fit, in my eyes that are now opened, us and the Lord; we are indeed a perfect fit. We have God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit it is called the Holy Trinity and then we have man, flesh, and the original sin it is called humankind.

The Holy Trinity and humankind. We are a perfect fit and nothing will be able separate us once we choose grace.

We go together like… Well, you finish that sentence, dear readers. What do we go together like?

2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 21, 2012 5:32 pm

    Very interesting post. I’ve always said I’m a lifetime agnostic, but just when I take another step towards atheism, God/the universe shows me something that truly blows my mind. So I can’t not believe in him/her/it. I’d say mankind and God/the universe go together like magnets and iron filings.

    • January 21, 2012 6:15 pm

      Yea, God has a tendency to to that…I’m glad that you read this post. Maybe it made you think a bit more about the mysteries of HIM. 🙂 Absolutely like a magnet. I am constantly drawn toward Him, it’s just when I decide to listen. Thanks for playing 😉

      Sent from my iPhone

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