The God of the Oxymoron

The God of Oxymorons

The good part of the world spiraling out of control is that it creates an angst that turns our eyes to the One greater than all circumstances. We turn to God Himself.

And when we turn to God we realize that He is less concerned about our circumstances than He is our own personal relationship with Him.

As we draw near to Him, our hearts and minds clear, the circumstances of our lives are put into eternal perspective and we discover the peace that passes all understanding.

It is from this place of peace that we become beacons of His truth and His love and the circumstances around us begin to change.

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3 Responses to The God of the Oxymoron

  1. James Brooks says:

    Good one.

    James Brooks Sent from my iPhone

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