Here are my concluding thoughts on how God hurts for us in our rebellion and along with us in our pains.
My friend Michael sent me an excerpt from A.W. Tozer’s book, A Disruptive Faith: Expect God to Interrupt Your Life.
I thought I’d read pretty much everything Tozer wrote, but this one was new to me. When people called him a “prophet,” Tozer responded, “Well, maybe a Minor Prophet.” He told it like it is and then tried to tell it and live it in such a way as to change what it’s like. That’s what prophets do. This article sort of runs along a similar stream of my simple thoughts on God’s pain (God hurts too…). His article is called, “Fixed in God’s Mind.” I underlined the portions that speak to the pain in God’s heart.
The word “mindful,” in the question, “What is man, that thou art mindful of him?” implies that man is a fixture in God’s mind and comes to His remembrance continually. God’s…
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