Psa 90v1 – Your home

“Come to my house” – “Come to my home”. While these may appear to be the same thing, there is a vast difference between them. A house is a building. A home is a place where people live. House describes the thing. Home describes the activity. A house is described by facts like the number of rooms and bathrooms. A home is described by feelings like comfort, safety, joy, peace, love, and belonging. Is God your house or your home? Is he a church building or the relationship you have with him? Is he described by facts or feelings? Is he a concept or a comfort? The Psalmist says, “Lord, through all the generations you have been our home!” (Psalms 90:1). The word “home” means retreat, dwelling, or habitation. It’s a place of love and relationship, of safety and belonging. Sure God can be described by facts like all-powerful, all-knowing, and titles like Most High, Almighty, Lord of Armies, but he wants to be more than this. God wants to be your home. A place to feel safe and happy. A place to chat freely whether sharing struggles or joys. Let God be your home, and unlike any other home you’ve had, he will be your home forever. “Come to my home” – God. Open Bible – 

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