Archive for March, 2010

The Glory Of God; He Is Gracious And Merciful

Posted on March 29, 2010. Filed under: Creation, Glory, God, Grace, Mercy, Righteousness | Tags: , , , , , |


It is Monday, the dawn of a new week, and time for another installment of my discoveries of how I see God.  As I continue to seek God’s character in the Psalms, I am blessed from the time spent in my reading, reflection, and prayer.  My hope, is that all of you will take the time to engage in your own reading through the Psalms, in turn, enjoying the beauty of God’s word as it speaks to you in a personal way.

We should abundantly give our Heavenly Father honor and reverence for His splendor in creation, as His reputation stands tall; He truly should receive all glory for His greatness.  As our eyes marvel upon the sky, we note that the heavens declare the glory of God (Ps 19:1), which are above all the earth (Ps 57:5; 57:11; 108:5), and this is because He is above all nations and the heavens (Ps 113:4).  Therefore, we should affirm His righteousness, so that all the people see His glory (Ps 97:6).  We see so much evidence of God’s glory visible to us in His creation, almost as if to authenticate His creation, by giving us a signature for identification of His majesty.  It is no wonder why the Psalmist tells us of how the kings of the earth shall give thanks, for great is the glory of the Lord (Ps 138:5).  Waking each morning, allowing the day to sink in, I steer towards the understanding of my Heavenly Father’s glory.  The glory of God is evident everywhere, I just need to open the lens of my eye and take a wondrous gaze.  As I reflect on being in the presence of God, I realize I love participating in life with my Heavenly Father and visualizing all of His glorious power, might, wonderment, and love shared for His creation.

Gracious and Merciful

My Heavenly Father is full of grace and mercy, is slow to anger and abounding in unwavering love (Ps 86:15; 103:8), showing love and compassion to a continually rebellious world.  He has tenderheartedness towards us, desiring to show us grace and mercy.  He has caused His wonders to be remembered, and for those who follow His ordinances, He lights the way in the darkness (Ps 111:4; 112:4).  As God is good to all, showing His mercy in so many ways (Ps 145:9), I have become more humble in my life.  I appreciate His grace and mercy, and have gratitude for my salvation, provision, and forgiveness.  Each and every day, I am so grateful how my Heavenly Father, who consistently shares peace in my heart through the Holy Spirit, instills joy into my life.   I acknowledge God continues to show His grace and mercy to me daily, as I struggle with sin and fall short in my quest to live in a Christ like manner, including failing to love one another, as Jesus instructed.

Have a blessed day,

Daryl Dho

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Who’s The Boss?

Posted on March 25, 2010. Filed under: Creation, Faith, Glory, God, Heaven, Holiness, Love, Righteousness | Tags: , , , , , , , |

Who’s the boss? Are we the boss, or is our spouse, our employer, the government, or someone or something else the boss?  Or, is God, the creator of the universe as we know it, the boss?  If God is the boss, then who is He, who is God really?  This blog is the second installment of my search of how to describe God, based on what I read in the Psalms.

Is The Bible, or God’s Word, True?

A beautiful and integral part of getting to know my Heavenly Father better is to take comfort in the fact that God’s word, in the original manuscripts are inerrant.  We gain assurance of this in (Ps 119:160), which eternally blesses us with, “The sum of your word is truth, and every one of your righteous rules endures forever,” as well as (Num 23:19), for which we are told, “God is not man, that He should lie, or a son of man, that He should change his mind.  Has He said, and will He not do it?  Or has He spoken, and will He not fulfill it?”  In (2 Tim 3:16-17), we read, “All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be competent, equipped for every good work.”  As I explore the Psalms, in order to gain access to who my Heavenly Father is, knowing I can trust God’s word without question is imperative.


My Heavenly Father is Holy in His ways; He is perfect in goodness and righteousness, He is divine and sacred, inspiring us to be in awe of His very being and worthy of our revering Him in our most humble posture.  He is Holy, sitting enthroned on the praises of Israel, the Lord our God is holy.  We can trust in His holy and awesome name, giving thanks, for in His holy name is glory.  All of God’s ways are holy.  As we are in awe of how the Lord our God is great, we are motivated to exalt Him and to worship at His footstool; yes He is holy.  In His holiness, God speaks to His people with trustworthiness; His character is pure, unwavering and dependable.  God’s holiness is consecrated in His sacredness, which is deserving of our devoted and affectionate worship.  What a wonderful and holy God we have.

Lovingkindness/Steadfast love

One of the beautiful aspects of God is His lovingkindness or steadfast love. Psalm 25:10 tells us all the paths of the Lord are lovingkindness, which gives us so much insight into His character, as this reveals his kindness, mercy, faithfulness, and goodness.  His lovingkindness endures all the day, is precious to us, and we are reminded of how His steadfast love extends to the heavens.  When we walk in faithfulness with the Lord, we can take solace in God’s steadfast love, which is before our eyes, as life’s struggles attempts to knock us down.  Because we know God knows our endeavors, we can rejoice and be glad in His lovingkindness.  In His lovingkindness and truth, we can persevere through life, knowing He is righteous, and abundant in mercy.

If we were ever to doubt whether or not our Heavenly Father’s love will cease, we can review the approximately 30 verses in the Psalms, which tell us of how His steadfast love endures forever (Ps 118:1-4; 136:1-26).  In these verses, there is a magnificence in knowing God is the Lord of lords, does great wonders, made the heavens, spread out the earth, made the great lights, told the sun to rule over the day and the moon and stars to rule over the night, lead the Israelites out of Egypt, struck down kings, gave their land as a heritage, rescues, and provides food to all flesh, all because his steadfast love endures forever.  Reflecting on how His lovingkindness is everlasting, we should render thanks to the Lord for His lovingkindness and His wondrous works.  How truly blessed we are due to His steadfast love for us.

Tune in next time for a continuation of my search to describe who my Heavenly Father is.

May God bless your day,

Daryl Dho

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My Heavenly Father Is…?

Posted on March 23, 2010. Filed under: Creation, Father, Glory, God, Heaven, Salvation | Tags: , , , , , |

Who is our Heavenly Father? This question is one worth asking, one for which the answer appears simple, yet nearly unfathomable, due to the complexity of God and His attributes.  So, I have set out on a journey to explore the Psalms and discover what God’s word, The Bible, has to say about who He is.  Over the next several days, I will blog about what I observe from the Psalms, and how reading them has effected my perception of whom my Heavenly Father is.  Additionally, during this process, it was also my desire to become more acquainted with our God, for which I will share my results. So, here we go, my Heavenly Father is…

God inspired the writers of His word to eloquently describe Him in a way which enlightens us as to who exactly He is, what His characteristics and attributes are, and what His plans are for our salvation and for all existence in eternity.  Our discernment of how God chose to illustrate His characteristics in His word to us, should give us soothing thoughts, as we can better comprehend His grandeur and sovereignty.

Our natural instinct to appreciate and become acquainted with our creator is in our hearts, “for his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made. So they are without excuse (Rom 1:20 ESV).” Unfortunately, human beings have neglected the physical confirmation of God’s existence through His creation, instead failing to recognize the truth of God and participating in unrighteous living.  This Blog will serve as a declaration of what characteristics of God are evident to me through my study of the Psalms, giving a testimony of my thoughts, feelings, and assertions of how I would describe whom my Heavenly Father is to another person.  I will also identify which aspect of God’s character I discover personally means the most to me and which characteristics are experientially not a part of my relationship with Him.

My Heavenly Father encompasses so many characteristics in His being, it is at times, challenging for me to comprehend the vastness and complexity of who He truly is.  As I dive into to describe whom my Heavenly Father is, I must commence with the comprehension of the sovereignty of God, as (Psalm 103:19 NAS) states, “The Lord has established His throne in the heavens; and His sovereignty rules over all.” Within the perspective of a human being, I can understand boundaries given to me.  Considering God as the sovereign authority over all creation, of the heavens and ruler over all, gives me unquestioned satisfaction as I determine who is at the helm of this world.

If I compare God, as a ruler, to a governmental authority, parent, or employer, I should be able to grasp the importance of having a leader who can be trusted, understood, is consistent in power dictated, and one which shows compassion for those under it’s dominion.  Without God exercising His sovereignty over His created world, we would not have any hope of a future, there would not be any reason to consider our existence beyond what we can visualize in front of us. We would only regard as being parts of our life and worthy of concern, those things that we could consume, digest, and live for in our present state, therefore not giving any thought to what, if any, eternity might bring us. Our grasping, as truth, God’s attribute of sovereignty, should give us a positive perception of the complexity of His creation, as He is the only one who could rule what He has so masterfully shaped.  Until tomorrow, when we continue to evaluate who my Heavenly Father is…

Have a blessed day,

Daryl Dho

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Life’s Little Bundles Of Joy

Posted on March 18, 2010. Filed under: Children, Creation, Family, God, Love | Tags: , , , , |

Today was a fun day, as I took a leisurely drive with my Mom and Wife on a picturesque two-lane mountain road outside of Payson, Arizona to a little town called Pine.  Yes, to answer your question, there are some pine trees in Pine, Arizona.  We looked around at some of the antique shops, which to me seemed like overgrown garage sales.  I sense maybe some of the people who own these antiques shops go to many garage sales, seeking the next “hot item” for their stores.  But, all in all, it was a fun time just walking around, as we ventured through several stores, prior to completing our visit to the quaint little town by having a late lunch in one of the restaurants, which was an antique itself, and at some point, converted from an old house.

Next stop on our journey was to my nephew’s house in Payson.  My nephew and his wife have 3 children, ages 7, 2, and 5 months.  Of course, all three children have extremely distinctive personalities, not only because God has made each and every one of us uniquely special, but also due to their age differences.

As I watched the children play, run around, act shy, and say whatever came into their inquisitive little minds, I experienced a diversity of emotions.  My three children, who are now 22, 19, and 16 years of age, were, as babies, yesterday’s life’s little bundles of joy. Seeing my nephew’s children, remembering my own children growing up, as well as recalling when my nephew was born, really gave me a sense of joy.  Yes, we had 4 generations in the house at the same time, which amazed me as I negotiated through the passing years of life in my mind.  At some point in our lives, we were all life’s little bundles of joy, for those who brought us into this world.

How incredible our life cycle is.  One day we are but a thought in someone’s mind, and the next we are crawling, walking, and talking, until the day comes when we continue the cycle of life with our own multiplication into the next generation.  God told Adam to be fruitful and multiply in Genesis.  Year after year, generation after generation, this has continued as the world’s population of families continues to grow.  How beautiful our world is when we gaze upon life’s little bundles of joy, which are smiling, giggling, and developing their own distinct personalities.

The next time you see a baby, take a moment to reminisce about when you were a baby yourself, how your parents were babies before you knew them, and if you have been blessed to have had your own children, then take satisfaction in the joy of their lives, their growing up to become adults, and the day where they will fulfill what God says in Genesis 1:28 ESV, “And God blessed them. And God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth.”

Yes, babies are life’s little bundles of joy, so when you see one, take the time to enjoy them, take the time to think about how intricate their little bodies are, and how God has created each and every one of them in His image.  Then, love them, and love them, and love them until the day you depart this earth.

May God bless your days with life’s little bundles of joy,

Daryl Dho

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I Think I Will Take The Easy Way Out.

Posted on March 16, 2010. Filed under: Family, God, Love, Marriage, Personal Happiness, Weddings | Tags: , , , , , |

“I think I will take the easy way out!” Okay, I’m sure my statement confuses you, plus you are probably wondering what I am talking about, and where I am going with these thoughts.  Well, it is quite simple really; I am planning on living a long time and getting old together with my wife.  We have already been married over 24 years, which has not always been easy, but it certainly has been an exciting adventure.  Going through life is an adventure no matter how we look at it, so I might as well have a partner I enjoy experiencing the ride with.

If I offend you with what I am going to say next, then I apologize for that, but I am not sorry for speaking what I would consider the truth.  You see, in our culture, we have made it simply too easy to bail out on marriages as soon as we feel that it is not going the way we had planned.  Unfortunately, I do not know anyone, except for God, who knows what is going to happen next in his or her lives.  If we truly believe that our happiness is based on our ability to negotiate a path through life which does not have any left turns, right turns, or 180’s, then we need to have another look around, seek another perspective, and probably embrace the reality that we cannot, under any circumstances, make life go exactly the way we would like it or plan it, there are just too many variables.

The problem is, especially evident in our culture; we believe we can draw up the perfect plan for our lives, one that we can control, as if we were the only person on the planet.  Well, we certainly will not be able to control every outcome in life, considering all of the people in the world making decisions based on emotions, conditions, plans, and hopes, etc. There really is no way we will be able to dial-up every aspect of our lives in a way where the end result will be “exactly according to Hoyle”, as the saying goes.

Of course, this holds true when two people come together in marriage.  Personally, I believe in the commitment I made to my wife when we got married, committed to a life of richer or poorer, health or sickness, happiness or sorrow; I am committed to participating in life’s adventure until we grow old together.  Jesus said in Matthew 19:9 ESV, “And I say to you: whoever divorces his wife, except for sexual immorality, and marries another, commits adultery.”  I recognize there are circumstances such as abuse, when a spouse could be in harm’s way if they were to stay with in their marriage.  But, by and large, I am convinced that if couples would work together, putting God first in their lives, they would be able to accomplish what was said in most wedding ceremonies, which is they stay together “till death do us part.”

To me the bottom line is the fact that in our culture too many people do not fulfill their commitment to their marriages.  It is too convenient to dissolve a marriage and move on.  People think when they get a divorce, in order to pursue a different avenue in life, which may include another mate, they are taking the easy way out.  I do not believe they are taking the easy way out when a divorce comes so easy, but rather a road to incomplete fulfillment of a life of happiness with someone they supposedly once loved.  Staying with your spouse, working through any difficulties you may have seems to the best way to have a life full of love and worth.  Yes, I think I will take the easy way out, and stay with my wife until we grow old together.

May you have a committed life with whomever God has put you in a relationship with,

Daryl Dho

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Close Your Eyes, And Look At Creation

Posted on March 16, 2010. Filed under: Creation, God, Heaven, Love, Sacrifice, Salvation |

After you read this blog, I am going to ask you to take a moment, close your eyes, and look at creation. I know, you are thinking to yourself, how can I close my eyes, and look at creation? Well, this is where you will have to allow the images you have seen in your life to come alive in your mind and in your heart.  You will have to allow your vision to go beyond what you actually see in front of you, maybe exceeding what you have even experienced in your own life.  Trusting what you have previously seen in the world and in the heavens, trusting to see creation without seeing, believing in all things created from nothingness.  That is how you will see creation, as an understanding of all things created from nothing both in your mind and all around you.

Of course, you will not actually create yourself, but will understand the existence of creation, the very nature of starting with nothing and ending up with everything.  You will have to contemplate what creation means to you, maybe from a previous experience, a place you have seen, a place you have visited, or possibly even a book you read, picture you have observed, or even a description of some place or thing that someone else has described to you.  I want you to envision all of the possible aspects of creation in your mind and in your heart, because I want you to discover the vast availability of God’s creation which is in your midst, for in every aspect of your life is God’s creation.  Allow your mind to connect to all that is near you, all that is around you, and all that available for you to capture in your mind and heart.

For me, it is a beautiful Monday morning in Wickenburg Arizona, the sun is shining, and the desert floor is green, as the recent abnormally large amounts of rain have allowed vegetation to grow in a way we have not seen in quite a while.  There are birds singing in the trees and in the air, as they spread their musical songs of spring into the Arizona desert morning.  I see a 4 month old baby tortoise, whose parents are now hibernating, due to the still chilly nights in this climate.  Each animal, bird, plant and other creature stands alone in this barren and dangerous habitat.  Of course, all of these creations has its own specific survival methods, its own ability to endure the elements in which they reside, even when the odds seem to go against them.

God took the time to create, even before time existed.  In the first chapter of Genesis, we read the narrative of how God created the heavens and the earth, and all of its creatures, including man in his image.  What a magnificent depiction of creation for us to understand that God, who is sovereign over all, decided to create everything, to create in such a way which was so detailed, that man would desire to spend lifetimes attempting to establish how parts of creation such as the human body function.  In Hebrews 11:3 ESV, the Bible tells us, “By faith we understand that the universe was created by the word of God, so that what is seen was not made out of things that are visible.”

God created everything in the universe by His word, from nothing.  As you consider how creation happened, you should be blown away by it, overwhelmed by the very thought of how God created, stunned when you attempt to understand creation, and come to the realization that creation is nearly past our ability to comprehend and clearly grasp.  This is where faith steps in.  So, now I ask, if you don’t mind, close your eyes, and look at creation. Stay there for awhile, and enjoy meeting with God.  During the visit into your look at creation, my hope is that you come to know God if you don’t already, for He is the creator of all, the one who loves us, sacrificing even His own Son for us, in order to create a path to salvation and to eternity with Him in heaven.  Enjoy the adventure of life, and all of God’s creation.

May you be blessed daily by God’s creation,

Daryl Dho

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Helping Others Around The World

Posted on March 15, 2010. Filed under: Children, Family, Mercy, Sacrifice | Tags: , , , |

In our culture, it is easy for us to complain about the current conditions of our life such as a bad economy, broken relationships, disliking our working environment, not enough money, or home foreclosures.  But, for most of us, we still have favorable living conditions compared to a large percentage of the world.  We have high-definition television, computers, video games, movie theaters, cars, theme parks, and more conveniences than I could include in a single blog.  I know there are many, even in our country, whom are suffering in poverty; but as a society, we are blessed beyond measure.  I believe many would agree we squander a large portion of our wealth on non essentials, causing us to have diminished bank accounts.  Because of the way we waste our resources in America, including not saving like we should, we have far too little left over at the end of each month.  It could easily be said, without argument, that most us have too much debt and our spending habits are far too frivolous.

Today, about 40 high school kids and adults from our church left on a trip to Tijuana, Mexico in order to help people in that community who do not have any shelter to live in.  Now, I understand this type of ministry has been happening in that area for years, but every time I see someone help others, if for no other reason than just to give them aid, I feel good.  Prior to leaving this morning, the youth group leader from our church gathered everyone together and made this statement, “we are never more like Jesus than when we serve.”  This reminded me of a passage in Matthew 25:40, where Jesus makes the claim concerning giving aid to those in need, “Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.”  Jesus has a desire for us to be helping others around the world, and when we do, it is as if we are helping Him.

Our young high schoolers will be gone for about 6 days, will build several shelters, hang out with kids in an orphanage, and most likely will be a light of hope to those they come in contact with, as they share the love they have for Jesus to a world permeating with poverty.  I was fortunate enough to go on a similar trip a few years ago, which left me questioning my own selfishness, greed, and lack of awareness of people who are in need of help, both locally and abroad.  Helping others around the world should be a concern for us all.  Certainly, we can all make sacrifices of our own needs to assist someone who most likely has a situation far more challenging than our own.  I know for myself and my family, we have more conveniences and luxuries than we need, and I get convicted of it every time I pay attention to others in the world who are left without.  My plea to each and every one who reads this blog, including myself, is to examine your own situation, see where you might be able to sacrifice for a greater need, and take the plunge into a sea of worthy causes that are available.  This is what Jesus would want us to do.

The beautiful exchange we all will receive when we sacrifice of our own, in order to help others around the world, will be love and a peace which cannot be measured.  When we are generous with our time, treasure, and talent, it is rewarding to see those who benefit. We also benefit because of the satisfaction we receive from knowing we have put a smile on a child’s face, give a parent the ability to give clean water or food to a loved one, and of course the capacity to shelter their family from the elements.  If this was a MasterCard commercial, the value for what we receive when we sacrifice for others is “Priceless”! So, I appeal to each and every one of us to consider how we can sacrifice of our own while helping others around the world.

May you be blessed and may your days be “Priceless”,

Daryl Dho

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All You Need Is Love

Posted on March 11, 2010. Filed under: Love, Marriage, Weddings | Tags: , , , |

I am guessing that most people, 5 years of age and older, have probably heard and can recite most or many of the words of the 1967 classic Beatles song, “All You Need Is Love.” I appreciate the song similar to billions of others worldwide, but The Beatles only had part of the equation correct.  They understood the importance of the line “All you need is love, love is all you need”, but the grabber of my mind is they never define “love” in the song.

Our world, filled with death and destruction, high rates of divorce, poverty, hatred, discrimination, slavery, and many other less than desirable circumstances, desperately needs a vaccine of love.  But many people are perplexed as to what love is.  Certainly, we need to spread love in our world in a way which reaches every nook and cranny of society.  But, upon our examination, what are the characteristics of authentic love and how can it be most readily defined?

Think about all of the weddings you have attended in your life for a moment; how many of them included the words from 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 in the ceremony?   Here is God’s wonderful description of love from His word in the ESV translation, “Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never ends.”  This passage in the Bible represents what many consider the perfect description of love?  During the wedding ceremony, we all desire to understand and characterize what love is, in order to equate how the couple will live their life together, “till death do us part.”

But this love we so readily desire comes from God, as we read in 1 John 4:7-8, which states, “Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God, and whoever loves has been born of God and knows God. Anyone who does not love does not know God, because God is love.”  Yes, it is important we realize that the beautiful love described in 1 Corinthians comes from God.  If we abide in this life in a way where we put God first in all things, allowing His Holy Spirit to indwell us in a way which radiates love to a world crying out for love, then we, in turn, will realize a peace which comes only from our Heavenly Father, a peace which will transcend all other aspects in our lives, contributing to our willingness to care for others more than ourselves.  If we share the kind of love Paul describes in 1 Corinthians, then we should comprehend love, and others we be on the receiving end of our love, which we receive from God, the creator, and when we do that, we can satisfyingly state, “All you need is love.”  A better world awaits our ability to love, so purposefully act in a way that portrays the love described in God’s word.

Go and bless someone’s life today by authentically loving them.

Daryl Dho

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A Good Reason To Smile

Posted on March 9, 2010. Filed under: Forgiveness, Glory, Salvation, Worship | Tags: , , , , |

Every day or night, when each individual on the planet makes that conscious decision to put their bodies and mind into a state of sleep, they do so with hopes and dreams of the possibility that when they wake up tomorrow, the day will bring them a good reason to smile. But, as we all know, some days we wake up not feeling much like smiling.  There can be many reasons for this, such as an illness, trouble at home, work, or school, or a multitude of other explanations for our not wanting to smile, but at the end of the day, I am hoping most of us would rather smile than not.  Maybe we all just need a different approach or outlook in our lives that will give us a good reason to smile.

It all boils down to where our focus is.  Most of us have problems and issues in life, for in this sinful world, there is trouble.  Our perspective concerning all of our daily situations and occurrences will determine whether or not we will choose to smile or not.  Based on the experiences in my life, I have found that when I concentrate my whole perspective upon the things of this world, I will be let down, and in the end, probably not smile.  Some times we just need a good reason to smile.

If we take the focus off ourselves, and change it to one another and their needs, this tends to give us a good reason to smile.  If we look upon our life in a way which gives glory to the creator of the universe, we probably will have a changing perspective concerning smiling.  If we begin each day with thoughts of God, and how we may please Him in our life today, then we most likely will come up with more reasons to smile.  We can always count on what God says in the Bible as being true, for as Numbers 23:19 tells us, “God is not man, that he should lie.”

We can take comfort that God genuinely knows what is on our heart.  Psalm 44:20-21 states, “If we had forgotten the name of our God, or extended our hands to a strange god, would not God find this out?  For He knows the secrets of the heart.”  God knows our aches, our pains, and our joys.  He wants us to remember Him each moment, hour, day, week, month, and year of our life.  If we take the time to personalize our relationship with the God of the universe, we should have a good reason to smile. Meditate upon Him, talk with Him, and ask Him to give you a reason to smile.  If you know him, His Holy Spirit will descend upon you in a way which gives you a good reason to smile. Just take the time to know God, the God of the Bible, the one who knows what is on your heart, the one who wants you to be at peace with whatever situation or circumstance you are in.  Take that time today, talk to Him, reach out to Him, receive the peace of the Holy Spirit and the salvation from Jesus Christ, for when you do, you will have a good reason to smile.

May the God of the universe bless you with a heart full of peace and a good reason to smile,

Daryl Dho

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