A quiet whisper on a very loud Internet. Can you hear me?
I was ready to be sought by those who did not ask for me;
I was ready to be found by those who did not seek me.
from Isaiah 65:1
I feel so sorry for people who do not seek Him, he is our Life and SalvationCatherine
So what do you think of the times now? I wish and pray more people would look for Him - I think more and more people are turning away from Him.
I have hope, but it doesn't come from what I see.
Me too. We walk by faith, not sight. Linda
The Awe that inspires is the base of belief.
This is lovely.
This is one of those verses that reveals the humility of God. Thank you!
He stands at the door and knocks!
There are people here who do not seek him. I'm sorry, Sandi.
A God of mercy...
Always!! I am going to add this one to my memory verses, thanks for sharing.Wishing you and your family a most blessed and Happy ThanksgivingBlessings, Sue
God wants all to be saved.
LOVE that verse! I hope you have a wonderful weekend. xo Diana
Thank you for sharing this verse.All the best Jan
It's a lovely verse Sandi, thank you!
Sandi what a wonderful reminder of how much God loves each of us. Such a special verse that holds the promise of Him! Hugs!
Happy Thanksgiving, Sandi. I'm thankful for your blog with special verses, and your friendship. : )~Sheri
Thank you for the verse
Found this on https://www.1517.org … “Note the flow of this text: In 65:1, the LORD is offering to Gentiles His salvation, then in verse 2-7 He lays out His anger and judgement on the unfaithful of Israel, but now, in verse 8-9 the focus is on those who remain the faithful remnant within Israel.” After reading that, I felt it necessary to review 65 in its entirety. I did so with the New International Version. **To comment on this let me start by saying, my interpretation (and every human has their own) of “LORD” is “the unseen power of the Universe.”** So, the LORD’s presence is before us at every moment. Those who have discovered the LORD in their own soul are on the right mission. Those who have not are destined to more suffering as they struggle to learn their own mission.Thank you, Sandi, for your recent comment on my blog.
Thank you for directing me to 1517, John. I had not heard of them before.
Oh that many more may be brought to God!
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.God bless.