Midweek Morsel: Covered


Anyone anywhere covered by a blanket of snow right now? Here in our corner of the nation’s breadbasket, we got a little snow earlier this week but haven’t really seen much of the white stuff this winter. However, I know some regions of the country have been hit hard with heavy snowfalls in recent days and weeks. And they’ve been the kind of heavy snows that can be hard to dig out of.

Of course, there are those of us who may be covered by other things today. Even weightier than snow. Some are covered by the burdens of grief, debt, pain, fear, or broken relationships while others of us in happier seasons are feeling blanketed with joy, excitement, gratitude, renewed strength, or love.

Whatever our differing situations, whatever we’re covered with today, isn’t it good to know that we can all be covered with the love of God? That because Jesus shed his own blood to pay the price for our sins, we can all be covered with forgiveness and salvation if we’ll only call on him? Isn’t it good to know we can all be covered by his grace, covered with the hope he gives?

Yes, we can all be blanketed with the peace that can only be found in the Lord. And that’s something that weighs light. Something we’ll never want to dig out from under.

“Blessed is he whose transgressions are forgiven, whose sins are covered.” Psalm 32:1

*When have you felt blanketed by the peace of God?

*My photo from a previous winter.

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  1. There’s nothing more wonderful than to be wrapped in His love and to know Him as Daddy. That He knows the number of hairs on our heads, all our thoughts, our worries, our sins, and still loves us! It’s hard for my little brain to grasp the depth of His love and the peace He extends to us through our faith in Him.

    • Deb, God’s great and unconditional love is hard for me to grasp, too. I have to remind myself of it frequently as I tend to struggle with performance tendencies. I have to remind myself that I don’t have to do anything to earn or keep his love. He simply loves me like a father loves his child. Like a Daddy. So comforting!

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