Dug this one out, dusting it off and putting it out there again. Because we need it.
He calls out. He has always called out. He is the initiator, the pursuer, the One doing the calling, the beckoning, the inviting. Always the inviting.
Return to Me
“You have gone off, in search of other loves. You have wandered from Me, preferring instead things that cannot love you, cannot save you, cannot be Me for you. But I have not forgotten you. Even now, I call for your return. Though you have strayed, though you have turned to idols for comfort, I call for your return. Return to Me, and I will return to you. As the father watches for the prodigal, I watch for you, ready to run to meet you as you come up from the far country. Return to Me, for I have redeemed you. You are Mine. You are loved.”
Come to Me
“Aren’t you tired of striving? Haven’t you wearied yet of your attempts to ‘get…
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