There's no mountain that's too high even if it touch the sky… There's no valley that's too low… There's no place that I can go… That the love of God won't find me there… No power, no principality can keep the love of God from me… No angel above and no demon below can stop the love that God will show… I am convinced that nothing can separate us from the love of God… Neither death nor life what was or will be can keep the love of God from me… I am convinced that nothing can separate us from the love of God… Nothing can!!!!Iris
nothing means = NO THINGThink about it. No thing.
Holy Spirit, give us eyes to see and ears to hear the never-changing but infinitely diverse ways that You use to show Your Love to us and work Your Love in us.Bishop, empowering Word, Sunday..."Surprised when miracles don't happen." Yes!
That is the happiest thought when I think that no thing can seperate me God's love. People will put things between you and them but not the God I know. That's why I can still love because I know that I am loved and love is so within me. Bishop I remember one Sunday you said get your passport ready because you said we were going to be traveling and it would come up unexpected. (May not be the exact words but I'm in the ballpark.) Anyway I have put off getting mine and low and behold I got a call from a friend saying do you what to go to Aruba with me everything is paid. Well I don't have my passport and I can't get it back in time so I can't go. I immediately heard your words in my mind and I was just so upset with myself. Well they said their would be other trips just get your passport and be ready. I've always wanted to go to Aruba but because of unbelief that things like that would never happen to me, I miss out on that blessing.
Funny, I was musing on this just the other day...always with you, always with me;Listen, babyAin't no mountain highAin't no vally lowAin't no river wide enough, babyIf you need me, call meNo matter where you areNo matter how farJust call my nameI'll be there in a hurryYou don't have to worry'Cause baby,There ain't no mountain high enoughAin't no valley low enoughAin't no river wide enoughTo keep me from getting to youRemember the dayI set you freeI told youYou could always count on meFrom that day on I made a vowI'll be there when you want meSome way,some how'Cause baby,There ain't no mountain high enoughAin't no valley low enoughAin't no river wide enoughTo keep me from getting to youNo wind, no rainMy love is aliveWay down in my heartAlthough we are miles apartIf you ever need a helping handI'll be there on the doubleAs fast as I canDon't you know thatThere ain't no mountain high enoughAin't no valley low enoughAin't no river wide enoughTo keep me from getting to youDon't you know thatThere ain't no mountain high enoughAin't no valley low enoughAin't no river wide enough...(Nickolas Ashford/Valerie Simpson)Marvin Gaye song- got the feel of a God thing!God is right there in our hellacious places and on the mountaintops of triumph-closer than a brother, He has insinuated Himself into our fabric...there IS NO extraction.
Tony Patilan Demecillo said...absolutely right its true
David Leslie said... Above And Beyond The Call Of Duty The LORD ShinesHis Love Of Magnificent Beauty. And Nothing Can Stop It!!!
Linda M Curtis said... Nope, not nothing, not no-one, not a thing ~
Smile At least I can count on himWhen I feel my worlds at an endHe's there for me and also for youHold up your head He's there so true
Hey Everyone, Bishop, Thank You for the great message on Sunday 022110. Excellent. Pulling reality into reality, unseen into the seen. Amen. Often you have said as we are owners, interregnal investors in This particular congregation, and therefore have an internal expectation of withdrawal . I understand that intellectually, and at times previously have felt it to some degree. This Sunday, I completely felt comfortable making a substantial withdrawal for me. Certainly there is no limit to God’s blessing, so no one was reduced by my extreme demand, for me, and it was delivered. That was unusual for me, but much appreciated. I have been traveling for a bit and not in a number of services. It was so good to be there. I thanked God so much that morning for this place. That I was not crazy to imagine it existed,- a group of people who know nothing at all can ever separate any one from God, as we enjoy and celebrate that together. I LOVE that, and enjoy the experience ITB. Actually, it is a very unique experience for me. It is one of the few places overall, and the only place I can let go with such a large group of people to just be together at one time. I really enjoy that opportunity hen I am here. It is such a reviving and enjoyable experience to just be in connection with God with so many inputs and outputs of God’s experience in one place with agreement throughout. Probably because I had missed a few, I was so reminded of how wonderful it was to be in such a freely flowing environment of simple, free, connection with The Spirit. It is really what I always knew existed and I get to be in the middle of it. I did not build it, but get to enjoy it. Thank You Bishop and everyone in this.
Dear Bishop,Greetings from Uganda.Surely nothing will seperate us from the love of God. God has done his part and now each one of us has to do hid?her part.Certain issues must be highlighted by certain personalities more so the love Of God. I wish all would READ THE BLOG about the love of God. You know the letters of LOVE and equally know the meaning. You love unconditionally. Many people are so good about talking about this won inseperable love yet few are ready to go the extra mile into the depth of God's love like you're doing to many.The onus is on us , now that God through His son made a public show of our negative attitudes and Gave his only beloved son as an indelible mark that He's always ready to recieve us back.Let therefore no marital mountains, empty pockets rather financial constraints, sickness or otherwise seperate us from the anointed tested love of our God.Bravo Bishop Swilley.My greetings to CITN family and ministeries under your covering.Pr. Ben Nadiope
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