Wondering Hearts

Wondering Hearts

The morning after
Quiet thoughts, wondering hearts
Marvel at his birth.

The babe, the Savior
Wondrous news, curious though
His helpless estate.

Eternal glory
Left behind for you, for me
Does He remember?

And now that it’s done
Would He choose over again
This painful journey?

Our hearts to make new
Oh, why does His love abound
Towards me and you?

His Love Abounds

“The Lord did not set his heart on you and choose you because you were more numerous than other nations, for you were the smallest of all nations! Rather, it was simply that the Lord loves you, and he was keeping the oath he had sworn to your ancestors. That is why the Lord rescued you with such a strong hand from your slavery and from the oppressive hand of Pharaoh, king of Egypt. Understand, therefore, that the Lord your God is indeed God. He is the faithful God who keeps his covenant for a thousand generations and lavishes his unfailing love on those who love him and obey his commands. (Deuteronomy 7:7-9 NLT)

O Zion, messenger of good news,
    shout from the mountaintops!
Shout it louder, O Jerusalem.[b]
    Shout, and do not be afraid.
Tell the towns of Judah,
    “Your God is coming!”
Yes, the Sovereign Lord is coming in power.
    He will rule with a powerful arm.
    See, he brings his reward with him as he comes.
He will feed his flock like a shepherd.
    He will carry the lambs in his arms,
holding them close to his heart.
    He will gently lead the mother sheep with their young.

(Isaiah 40:9-11 NLT)

“For this is how God loved the world: He gave his one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life. God sent his Son into the world not to judge the world, but to save the world through him. (John 3:16-17 NLT)

Ephesians 3:17-19

Full, and fill’d full

God’s boundless mercy is, to sinful man,
    Like to the ever-wealthy ocean:
    Which though it sends forth thousand streams, ’tis ne’er
    Known, or else seen, to be the emptier;
    And though it takes all in, ’tis yet no more
    Full, and fill’d full, than when full fill’d before.

~Robert Herrick

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