MY BELOVED, A WONDER IN ALL HIS FORM AND WAYS: DIVINE TRANSCENDENCE

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In the tapestry of existence, a thread, a transcendence, weaves through our lives, connecting us to the Divine. This connection, felt in every corner, invites admiration and contemplation. Join us in this blog journey, celebrating the wonder of God in various forms and ways.

 

Majesty of Creation: Divine Marvels Unveiled

 


Genesis 1:1-3 sets the stage for our contemplation:

“In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness covered the surface of the watery depths, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the surface of the waters. Then God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light.” – Genesis 1:1-3

Have you ever taken a moment to truly gaze upon the marvelous creation of God, and been left in awe, recognizing it all as a product of God’s wonder?

 

Let’s begin by reflecting on the marvels of the natural world. The intricacies of the cosmos, the delicate balance of ecosystems, and the breathtaking beauty of landscapes.

 

Cosmic Transcendence

 

Consider the astonishing reality that God created the entire universe with mere words, showcasing divine transcendence. Furthermore, the countless stars, the moon, and the sun – each playing a role in this cosmic masterpiece. Look at the beauty of the sky, the unique forms of clouds, and the ever-changing hues. The divine touch is evident in it all.

 

Just think about it—God made the whole universe just by saying a few words. Look up at the night sky, and you’ll see a bunch of stars shining like tiny sparkles. Imagine each star as a little light in a gigantic artwork crafted by God.

 

The moon is like a nightlight that shows up to tell us it’s bedtime, and the sun, well, it’s like a super-bright lamp that lights up our whole world during the day. Sometimes, clouds join in the dance, changing shapes as they move with the wind. The sky changes colors too, like a beautiful painting that God keeps updating.

 

Have you ever noticed how the sky turns into a burst of colors during sunrise and sunset? It’s like God is a great artist, using the sky as a canvas to create a beautiful masterpiece every morning and evening. The sky’s beauty reminds us that God is super creative, not just with our world but with the whole universe. It’s like a big, cosmic story that we’re all a part of, and we get to enjoy it all.

 

As we go about our day, let’s remember that the stars and the sky are God’s way of reminding us we’re part of something much bigger. The universe is like God’s way of saying, “Look at the wonders I can make!” So, let’s embrace the beauty of the night lights and feel connected to the divine wonder of God.

 

Ecosystem Transcendence: Harmony in the Beyond

 

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“But ask the animals, and they will teach you, or the birds in the sky, and they will tell you; or speak to the earth, and it will teach you, or let the fish in the sea inform you. Which of all these does not know that the hand of the Lord has done this? In his hand is the life of every creature and the breath of all mankind.” – Job 12:7-10

 

The world around us is a beautiful painting crafted by God, where every plant, animal, and landscape plays a unique role. Consider the buzzing bees, colorful flowers, and even the ants – each a unique piece contributing to the overall masterpiece. Let’s appreciate the diversity and interconnectedness of life.

 

God created a lot of different creatures, big and small. Think about the buzzing bees, colorful flowers, or even the ants on the ground. Each one is like a unique piece of a puzzle, making the whole picture interesting and complete.

 

All these living things work together in a special way. For example, bees help flowers grow by carrying pollen, and some animals eat plants to keep them from growing too much. It’s like everyone has a job, and together they create a balanced and beautiful environment.

 

Have you ever looked at a sunset, a mountain, or a beach and felt amazed? That’s because God made our world with incredible scenery. The mountains stand tall, the rivers flow, and the oceans stretch far and wide. It’s like God painted a giant canvas for us to enjoy the transcendence of His creation.

 

Taking Care

 

“ The LORD God took the man and placed him in the garden of Eden to work it and watch over it.” – Genesis 2:15

 

God gave us this amazing world, and He wants us to take care of it. Just like we clean our rooms, we should also keep nature clean and safe. It’s our job to protect the environment so that everyone, including plants and animals, can live happily.

 

In simple terms, the beauty of the ecosystem is like a wonderful story where everything and everyone has a part to play. So, let’s enjoy and appreciate God’s creation while also being good caretakers of the incredible world He made for us.

 

God’s Touch is Everywhere

 

“For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.” – Romans 1:20

 

When we observe the intricacies of the ecosystems around us, we witness the divine order of creation. The interconnectedness of all living things, from the tiniest microorganisms to the grandeur of the largest mammals, speaks volumes about the Creator’s wisdom and design.

 

When we take the time to marvel at the wonders of creation, whether, in the vastness of the cosmos or the intricate details of the ecosystems, we can’t help but be in awe of the majesty of our Creator.

 

As we appreciate the beauty around us, let us also reflect on our role as stewards of this magnificent gift and strive to protect and preserve the wonders God has entrusted to us. Embracing the transcendence of our responsibility.

 

Human Transcendence: A Celebration of Uniqueness


“I will praise you
because I have been remarkably and wondrously made.
Your works are wondrous,
and I know this very well.” – Psalms 139:14

 

Ever just stopped in your tracks to soak in the intricate details of yourself or those around you? It’s like looking at a living masterpiece, and here’s the beautiful truth – each of us is a divine creation. Now, let’s dive deep into this notion of a divine spark within every person, celebrating not just the outer uniqueness but also the inherent goodness and untapped compassion dwelling in every human soul.

 

It’s incredible to think about how we all share common features – two legs, two feet, a face with eyes, ears, mouth, and nose. The symmetry in our creation is a testament to God’s precise design. Yet, in this uniformity, there’s also room for unique details. Each person carries their own set of features, creating a beautiful tapestry of diversity.

 

Consider the wonder of our senses. Even in the absence of one sense, like sight, a person can recognize others through touch and specific details. Hence, it serves as a reminder that we are fearfully and wonderfully made, each sense a gift from the Lord, allowing us to experience the world in our own remarkable way.

 

Our personalities are as diverse as our appearances. From the outgoing to the more reserved, each personality trait reflects a facet of God’s creativity.  Some find solace outdoors, while others seek comfort in different environments.

 

Each personality trait reflects a facet of God’s creativity. Our unique interests and gifts contribute to the richness of our shared humanity.

 

A Note on Unrighteous Judgment

 

Before passing judgment on someone’s personality, consider that God may have intentionally crafted them in that unique way, showcasing the transcendence that adds depth to the human experience.

 

Let’s embrace the differences and celebrate the uniqueness that each person brings into the world. Instead of judging, let’s appreciate the diversity of personalities, interests, and gifts. In doing so, we honor the divine fingerprint that marks each of us, recognizing that we are all reflections of God’s image and likeness.

 

As we journey through understanding the divine in humanity, let’s cultivate a spirit of acceptance and love, appreciating the wondrous variety that makes the human experience so remarkable.

 

God’s Presence in Everyday

 

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“I have asked one thing from the LORD;
it is what I desire:
to dwell in the house of the LORD
all the days of my life,
gazing on the beauty of the LORD
and seeking him in his temple.” – Psalms 27:4

 

Being a believer grants us access not only to God’s presence in grand moments but also in the ordinary. God is willing to be our daily refuge and safe place. In joy, sorrow, love, and the everyday, His presence is unwavering.

 

God, Our Refuge and Safe Place

 

In our daily lives, the Lord is willing to be our refuge and safe place. When we dwell in His presence, God becomes our great protector and ensures that we find comfort and safety there. It’s the kind that nothing or no one can provide, even if they try.

 

God has the ability to see what the enemy is planning in the spiritual realm and protect us from it all. He fights the battles that sometimes we may never even learn about.

 

Furthermore, joy and peace that is unexplainable are provided to us through Him. Have you ever been having a bad day maybe filled with worry or sadness, and suddenly feel as if those negative emotions have been lifted off you? Like it just disappears. It’s not because the situation suddenly changed, but amid the storm or confusion, the Lord envelopes us in His love. Reminding us that He is with us.

 

Well, Jesus’ name is Emmanuel. Emmanuel, God is with us, and He for sure lives up to it.

Let us cultivate mindfulness and an awareness of the divine transcendence in our everyday experiences.

 

Scriptures

 

Luke 9:30-36

“Suddenly, two men were talking with him—Moses and Elijah. They appeared in glory and were speaking of his departure, which he was about to accomplish in Jerusalem.
Peter and those with him were in a deep sleep, and when they became fully awake, they saw his glory and the two men who were standing with him. As the two men were departing from him, Peter said to Jesus, “Master, it’s good for us to be here. Let’s set up three shelters: one for you, one for Moses, and one for Elijah”—not knowing what he was saying.
While he was saying this, a cloud appeared and overshadowed them. They became afraid as they entered the cloud. Then a voice came from the cloud, saying, “This is my Son, the Chosen One; listen to him!”
After the voice had spoken, Jesus was found alone.”

 

Matthew 4:8-11

“Again, the devil took him to a very high mountain and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor. And he said to him, “I will give you all these things if you will fall down and worship me.”
Then Jesus told him, “Go away, Satan! For it is written: Worship the Lord your God, and serve only him.”
Then the devil left him, and angels came and began to serve him.” 

 

Spiritual Transcendence: Beyond the Veil of the Mundane

 

The more we seek the Almighty with just the intention of wanting to KNOW Him, the more He avails His wisdom, knowledge, understanding, power, authority, and revelation to us.

 

Jesus, through His depth with the Father, had incredible spiritual encounters. Believers today share similar experiences, emphasizing the majesty of God and the continuity of His presence.

 

Observing the life of Jesus, it is made known to us how one can truly have access to the kingdom of God when one seeks God. He had angels ready for His disposal and had amazing encounters with past great servants of the Lord.

 

Although He had demonic authorities, dominions, and powers (demons of different rankings) and even Satan himself appeared before Him, because of His depth with the Father victory was always assured. For, He ensured to cultivate His relationship with God and remain in His presence, no matter what.

 

Consequently, we hear of believers sharing the spiritual encounters they too have had. How they have had dreams, visions, and even physical encounters with angels. Others have even had encounters with biblical characters.

 

This is all to tell and show us how majestic God is. How He is the same God of the Old Testament, New Testament, and the present. He has never changed and won’t start.

 

Have you ever experienced a spiritual encounter that deepened your connection with God? Whether it’s a dream, a vision, or a moment of divine revelation, share your experiences below. Let’s celebrate the continuous presence of God in our lives, acknowledging divine transcendence.

 

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Divine Communication: Unveiling Transcendence

 

The Lord communicates with us through various means – His Word, dreams, angels, visions, nature, people, and more. However, He sees fit to. This is evident throughout the Scriptures and remains a testament to the richness of God’s communication.

 

Miraculous Mirrors: Divine Transcendence


Consider the concept of miracles and divine intervention. Reflect on unexpected blessings, answered prayers, and moments where God’s hand was unmistakably at work. Recognizing the miraculous invites God to manifest more in our lives and others.

 

Living another day is a miracle in itself. How confident can we be that we will wake up, if not for God? So much can happen in just a day, even a second. Moreover, with all the different kinds of disasters taking place all around the world, we can never say that we are alive by our own strength.

 

Furthermore, the healing and deliverance power that only God can bring.

 

Miracle Working God

 

This brings a scripture to mind;

“Just then, a woman who had suffered from bleeding for twelve years approached from behind and touched the end of his robe, for she said to herself, “If I can just touch his robe, I’ll be made well.”
Jesus turned and saw her. “Have courage, daughter,” he said. “Your faith has saved you.” And the woman was made well from that moment.” – Matthew 9:20

 

Reading this amazing scripture presents how our faith in God can bring forth divine signs, wonders, and miracles. I’m sure we too have testimonies of how our faith in Christ, God, resulted in miracles of all sorts. If not, I pray that God may manifest His miraculous power in your life. Moreover, acknowledging the miraculous in our lives has a profound impact, it’s a way of inviting God to manifest more in our lives.

 

We are appreciating who He is and creating space in our lives for Him to reveal who He is. Therefore, our faith is essential! If we don’t believe that He can perform great signs, miracles, and wonders, will we truly be able to testify of the God we claim to know and serve?

 

Miracles are a profound expression of God’s power. If you feel comfortable, share a miraculous moment or a time when you witnessed divine intervention in your life. Your testimonies can inspire and encourage others in their faith journey, showcasing the transcendence of God’s work in our lives.


Food For Thought: Embracing Transcendence in Divine Insights

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If we do not desire to receive divine revelation and seek God with the understanding that it is too found in Him. We will continue to remain ignorant of the ways of God, let me apply it this way too, if we choose to not believe that the Kingdom of Light (Abba God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and angels of different rankings) and the Kingdom of Darkness (Satan and his demons of different rankings) exist then we will remain oblivious to it all.

 

However, we should know that just because we choose to remain ignorant of it all does not mean that the spiritual realm does not exist. Like it or not, it exists and has an impact on everything and everyone.

 

Danger of Ignorance

 

The less you know of God and practice His ways the more you are vulnerable before the kingdom of darkness, the more you know of God and ensure to follow His ways the more you become a danger to the kingdom of darkness. Simple as that.

 

If Eve knew more about who God was and also obeyed His instructions, she wouldn’t have fallen victim to Satan, the same applies to Adam too. For ignorance is a way of bringing destruction upon ourselves.

 

“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.
Because you have rejected knowledge,
I will reject you from serving as my priest.
Since you have forgotten the law of your God,
I will also forget your sons.” – Hosea 4:6

 

Furthermore, let us be mindful not to overly focus on the existence of the adversary, Satan. It’s crucial to remember that despite the presence of the enemy, God remains infinitely greater.

 

We should ensure that we daily practice thanksgiving to God, praising and worshipping Him for being the God that He is. By doing so we glorify Him and remind ourselves that no matter what, He remains the King of kings. The Almighty ruling over ALL.

 

Conclusion: Embracing Divine Transcendence

 

In our exploration of majestic creation, intricate ecosystems, and individual uniqueness, we’ve glimpsed the transcendence of God in every facet. Moving from the cosmos to the depths of humanity, His divine touch is evident.

 

As we reflect on unity and diversity, let us recognize the sacredness in every life, fearfully and wonderfully made. Moreover, in the simplicity of daily life, God’s presence stands as a constant refuge and source of joy, transcending every moment with divine assurance.

 

Furthermore, let’s celebrate the miracles, spiritual encounters, and diverse ways God communicates with us. Through thanksgiving and praise, we magnify His greatness, affirming His sovereignty over all challenges.

 

Whether a believer or seeker, may this journey through the divine inspire a deeper connection, inviting us to seek, appreciate, and share the marvels of God’s manifestations. In every form and way, let us embrace the divine wonder that surrounds us.

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