You are the Creator of all and you have blessed us with the beauty of your creation.
Your word tells us “the heavens declare the glory of God.” You paint your love for us in myriad ways: from the delicate intricacy of a many-hued flower petal to the vast brilliant brushstrokes of a desert sunset.
You know everything about us. You are the treasury of blessings, and Your healing power seeps deep into our soul to transform us into Your likeness in love and grace.
Some people in their rebellion may deny Your existence and run from Your face; but You are there for those who seek Your face and worship You in the beauty of holiness. You are there for all those who humble themselves and pray and call on Your name in repentance.
So may it be for those who have hacked into the FaithWriters website seeking to discourage and shock us with vulgarity. On the contrary, may this attempt be brought to naught and may this intrusion of cyberspace be for Your glory. Lord, may the veil of deception be lifted from their eyes to reveal Your majesty and sovereignty, and may one or more souls be saved to eternal life because of this intrusion.
You are never surprised by our sin because You are all knowing, You are everywhere, and You are all powerful. For those of us who now know You and seek to follow You with our whole hearts, we know that our sin is most damaging to ourselves because sin separates us from You and from Your love.
May we all know and love and serve You: Father, Son Jesus Christ, and Holy Spirit. Amen.
Well put with dignity and class. Those who try to disrupt, deface and defame this work should realise that in the end they are going againsat God himself and it is just a matter of time before God intervenes. The Bible tells us that whatsoever a man sows that shall he reap (Galatians 6:7)and the hacker should know that he is no exception. Thank you Pam for this godly offering.