Is God Disappointed with you?

NAH!!!  Agree with God!  He thinks you are amazing!

Welcome to Java, Jammies, and Jesus,#4, Your Morning ZING!!

Hey there,

Do you think God disappointed in you?

Do you think He wringing His hands, fretting about you and you choices?

Do you constantly feel like you aren’t doing enough….after all He has done for you???

Is “Guilt” your middle name?

Loaded questions!  But I can’t tell you how many people I talk to who feel that way.

Maybe they know at some level that that is an inaccurate view of God – but at an operational, gut level.  That is where they are. To think too much about  God is …… scary!

Because they feel this way, they consciously or subconsciously stiff arm God, or hide away hoping He doesn’t see them.

Not the open and free relationship that God wants to have with them!

Maybe that doesn’t quite describe you…

Maybe you feel quite comfortable with God’s finger wagging and maybe even well deserving of it…. well would you like maybe another perspective? 

Is 43:25-26 is awesome!  Look it!

    ” I, even I, am He who blots out and cancels out your transgressions for My own sake, and I will not remember your sins.  Put Me in remembrance – remind Me of your merits;  let us plead and argue together.  Set forth your case that you may be justified – proved in the right!”

Hmmmm….. God wants to remember my sins NO MORE for HIS sake???  He wants us to remind Him of our merits? 

You know what…. rather than me saying anything more about this… how about taking this verse into your next Java, Jammies, and Jesus time and asking God what HE wants to say to you about this!

I’d love to hear what He tells you!  Write it here!

Be blessed – and go tell God just how special you are…. after all, you’ll only be complimenting Him on His wonderful creation… YOU!


Maryann Ehmann


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