Jordan For Jesus #034 "You Never Forsake Me (All I Need Is Jesus)" by Jordan Elizabeth on 2014-12-18 10:59:12
This is a song that I wrote a while back. I wrote it during a time of great loneliness. A time where I felt like God was really the only one I had to turn to. Although I knew I should turn to God, I kept going to other things to fill my heart. I quickly found out that these things I kept trying to fill my heart with were not satisfying.
Those things were only a temporary fix for my loneliness. So during that time, I realized that when God is all you have, He is all that you really need. Nothing in this entire world can satisfy the human heart like the one who created it. Nothing compares with God and He will never leave nor forsake you. He satisfies completely! With God, we lack no good thing.
Slightly Obsessed #223: Right Clothes, Wrong Spirit
Satan seeks to deceive us, divide us, and destroy us. His bag of tricks and sleight of hand are impressive but imaginary trapdoors to disillusionment. He constantly roams the earth in an insatiable search for humans to devour.
Slightly Obsessed #222: The Rain
Like the grass, the human heart has shallow roots and fades quickly in the dry season. But those shallow roots also are the first to taste the rain.
Slightly Obsessed #221: Are You Green and Sappy?
Being described as either green or sappy is not usually considered to be a compliment. But Irma lay claim to both, and it was her secret to a bountiful life.
Slightly Obsessed #220: We Only Have One Job
The Martha in us makes everything so hard, when the Lord is calling us to be Mary, running toward the sound of His voice; sitting in stillness at His feet; not wasting a moment of our time with Him in distracted busyness. Simply clinging to His every word.
Slightly Obsessed #219: When the Hedge Comes Down, Part 3
Job's soul had been stripped completely down to the dirt. His friends accused him; he defended himself vigorously. Lost in the cacophony was the voice of God. No one seemed to notice.
Except for one.
Slightly Obsessed #218: When the Hedge Comes Down, Part 2
The book of Job is one of the few glimpses given mankind behind the veil into the interaction between God and his created beings. And the revelation is an astounding one. Not only is Satan not in hell, he has access to both heaven and earth.