His Love


And she looked to the heavens and wondered, who created all these stars shining so bright for all to see? These stars, like beacons guiding us home. And in His brightness everyone will follow. He brings them out at night like His army, one after another calling each by name. He never misses a one because of His great power. She looked up and she knew, His greatness, His divine power was the reason all that was and all that is, shall remain in constant rhythm with Him. His love, His grace, His shining face twinkling in the night sky guiding all to His greatest treasure, His love for us all.

And then, in the darkest of nights when everything was off kilter she knew, His love for her would never leave her, His love was bigger than anything she could ever imagine. His love, His divine grace was what she needed to make it to the next day. She fell to her knees and as she looked up to the million upon million stars, she knew He was trying to tell her to come back to what she knew. What she knew all along, He never leaves our side even in our darkest moments He’s there waiting, holding us in a merciful embrace, waiting for us to shine again.  For there is nothing we can do to lose this love, this divine light that fills our hearts and souls, He loved us before the first star shown in the night, and until the last star burns out, His love will remain.

Look up into the heavens. Who created all the stars? He brings them out like an army, one after another, calling each by its name. Because of his great power and incomparable strength, not a single one is missing. Isaiah 40:26

Sandie Heckman


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