David speaks of the wonderful, marvelous, creative works of our Heavenly Father, who is the source of all life. His power is beyond the ability of your mind to fully grasp or comprehend. God relates to you each day because He sent His Son Jesus to earth to die in your place. Jesus took on your every need, pain, sorrow, temptation, rejection, as well providing your joy, happiness, love, etc.   

Marvelous means- causing great wonder; extraordinary.  This is our God. He causes great wonder and He is extraordinary.  Think about His greatness. Think about how amazing He is and lets use the synonyms for the word “marvelous” to help.  

Read each synonym out-loud with the two words “He is” —

He is amazing
He is astounding
He is astonishing
He is awesome
He is breathtaking
He is sensational
He is remarkable
He is spectacular
He is stupendous
He is staggering
He is stunning
He is phenomenal
He is miraculous
He is extraordinary
He is incredible

What marvelous love God has for you!! You can’t earn you,  you do not deserve it!!!  but He loves you anyway. My friend, let the truth of His marvelous nature wash over.  Today is the day to stand under the spiritual faucet His love.  

Prayer Time:

Thank you oh God, for making me so wonderfully complex! Your workmanship is marvelous (Psalm 139:14). For marvelous are Your works my LORD. (Psalm 92:5). 
LORD, my God, Thank you! You have done marvelous works in my life and your love for me is are hard to comprehend. I declare oh God, there is no one who compares to you! Even if I tried to recite all your marvelous actions towards me, there are too many to number (Psalm 40:5).

July 18, 2018 

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"The LORD has done this, and it is marvelous in our eyes. .... Let me have victory

over the lusts that war against my soul; and let Divine grace subdue my heart" (Psalm 118:23).

It’s Marvelous Day-

for He is Marvelous

Rev. Dr. Gina Cobb

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