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Surrendering All

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-God wants us to be like children who depends on him. You see when Isreal was taken out of Egypt God brought them to the desert where there was no natural resources, where they could go out and fish, or get water from a river or a well. They had to learn to depend on God. God wants us to depend on him fully. To acknowledge him as our caregiver so we can give him all the honor and glory.
- tells us that a man is to leave his mother and father and to cling to his wife. That same Hebrew word is used in the relationship of Hezekiah and God () and of Israel and God ().
God wants us to be like children, fully dependent on yhe parents to feed them and to protect them. When the bible says he will lead us trhough green pastures it does not mean he will give us planty at once but the green pastures were rocky grounds, a pathway that the sheep were taken to, where only enough greens were available. If the sheep stiped listening to the pastor, they and steared away they would end up on griunds where there was no greens.
God wants us to be like children, fully dependent on yhe parents to feed them and to protect them. When the bible says he will lead us trhough green pastures it does not mean he will give us planty at once but the green pastures were rocky grounds, a pathway that the sheep were taken to, where only enough greens were available. If the sheep stiped listening to the pastor, they and steared away they would end up on griunds where there was no greens.
You have abandoned me, the spring pf living waters and made for yourselves cisterns. Cisterns you can control, but the springs you did nothing to it.
The kings do the will of the people, and works to please the people. With the support of the people, the king is not a king, but with the people, God is still God, and he does the will of no one, accepts his own.
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