“…And He knoweth them that trust in Him:”
Spurgeon continues on with the rest of the verse:
“Not only does He know them in the sense of identification, but also in the sense of relationship. Trust implies relationship, and God knows those who trust in Him. "Once more, dear friends, this word 'know' here means loving communion … God knows us; He knows our prayers and tears, He knows our wishes, He knows that we are not what we want to be, but He knows what we do desire to be. He knows our aspirations, our sighs, our groans, our secret longings, our own chastenings of spirit when we fail; He has entered into it all. He says, 'Yes, dear child, I know all about you; I have been with you when you thought you were alone. I have read what you could not read, the secrets of your own heart that you could not decipher I have known them all, and I still know them.”
He knows all about us and loves us still. He knows all about you but do you know Him? I mean really know Him – with an intimate relationship? Do you read God’s Word? Do you pray to Him? Do you attend His house to hear more about Him? Turn your life over to Him and begin living for Him today. You will be glad you did. I have never regretted doing it.
How important it is to know the Lord is good
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