Genesis chapter 17 verse 1

sometimes I become over whelmed when reading the words that God would have me. how awesome that He brings along the fullness of His being when He comes to speak to the one He called to be the father on earth for us. as Jesus tries to explain to those that lost their way, John 8: 56 Your father Abraham rejoiced to see my day: and he saw it, and was glad. and the promise that was made wasn't made in vein and the process that it takes does show the truth was given to him. and even at the sight of the three of them he recognized the one! Genesis 18: 2 Abraham looked up and saw three men standing nearby. He quickly left the entrance to his tent to meet them. He bowed low to the ground. 3 He said, “My lord, if you are pleased with me, don’t pass me by. I struggle everyday to be worthy and everyday I fail Him in some way. still just the idea that His grace is so evident to me brings awe at times. how could we ever doubt His glory, is it because of our own unworthiness? "Abraham rejoiced to see my day," that is exactly what Jesus says to the blindness. for they could simply not see what was written because in their minds no one could come in three. yet Abraham could see, and on that day he was joyful. that was the day that God had kept his promise and brought forth the truth that would defy logic. the women that everyone thought was barren had a special seed, the first of many that was to come. it would come from the Father, and in the Flesh, and then remain through the Spirit. Praise God, be a blessing, bubba

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