What If?  9/28/2021

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by Suzanne D. Williams

What if we lived like God was WITH US? Not in the distance but right alongside. Participating. What if every action we made, every word we spoke, every step we’ve taken, we were continually aware of Him?

What if He was involved in everything? Not just services on Sundays but Mondays through Fridays, too. At home, at work, at college. In government. At the laundromat, the grocery store, our children’s elementary schools. In traffic jams, at basketball games, in video chats. What if He read every word you typed, while gazing over your shoulder?

What if you became AWARE of Him 24-7? Like, you get in your car and the music comes on and that song you groove to but don’t want to tell anyone, suddenly, you knew God was listening

What if you knew that He knew everything? Every book ever written, every script ever read, every legal document in any courtroom across the country. Every motive, every reasoning, every pathetic excuse. What if we knew that He knew every thought in our head?

What if He was concerned about every iota of every piece of your life? What if you included Him in more than a ten-minute bedtime prayer and the standard meal blessing? What if when you turned on the television you considered what He’d like to watch? Is He into Bonanza? Mountain Men? HGTV?

What if He knew all the characters and exactly how the story ends? What if He not only KNOWS our lives, but He’s actually working amongst us? What if that person you hate that you’ve written off as unsavable really isn’t? What if inside them is the potential to be something huge-huge big? An evangelist. A pastor. A teacher. Someone’s best friend.

What if you judged a situation incorrectly and passed a verdict when Holy Spirit was in your ears whispering? Except you were too noisy to hear it, too lost in your opinions, your self-knowledge, your criticisms?

What if we could see all about you at a glance? Like those commercials where they show people how much sun damage they’ve had. They can’t see the spots and blemishes until they get in the right light. What if that LIGHT was JESUS, and there, in front of the world is that thing you did?

What if all of this was true, the God of heaven, the Father of LIFE, the SAVIOR of the world knew you, He saw you, nothing was hidden from Him, yet He loved you anyway? 

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“There is no better portrait of God than in His Word. Though many men held the brush over thousands of years, God directed each stroke, never altering in His purpose.”

We have access to God on a personal level. He desires to spend time with us, for us to know Him so well that we think like Him and talk like Him, react like Him. Such a close relationship with Almighty God comes only through obedience.

Obedience paints such a negative picture in our mind. We see ourselves having to do something we dread and hate. But obedience is how a child of God will grow to maturity. Through obedience, we come to know our loving heavenly Father intimately, and in knowing Him, we find true joy and success.

In these pages, author Suzanne D. Williams paints WHO GOD IS from the image He has drawn in His Word of a GOOD God, a LOVING God. Speaking from her personal experience, she shares an image of the Father and Friend, who lifted her from a dark place of fear and panic to one full of peace and love and heavenly light.

To a beautiful life, a joyful life, a good life exceeding anything we can ever imagine.

About The Author: 

Suzanne D. WilliamsBest-selling author, Suzanne D. Williams, is a native Floridian, wife, mother, and photographer. She is the author of both nonfiction and fiction books. She writes devotionals and instructional articles for various blogs. She also does graphic design for self-publishing authors. She is co-founder of THE EDGE.

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