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As the deer pants after the water brooks

Posted by appolus on April 1, 2013

As the deer panteth for the waterbrooks so my soul longeth after thee oh Lord and my soul cries out in a dry and thirsty land. Revive me oh Lord, feed my soul that hungers after heavens food, refresh my spirit that longs for waters that flow from heavens throne. I have tasted this food, I have drank of this water. I am ruined for all of life’s food and all other waters are foul tasting to my spirit. Lord Jesus, you are beautiful beyond description, to marvelous indeed for words. The moments I have spent in your sanctuary, rob me of all of my words and render them all perfectly meaningless. I feel heavenly words in all of me, not just in my brain and in my mouth, but in my very essence. When I am in your presence who and what you are is in my very DNA, and every particle of me glows , and I know that I cannot dwell there for I would that I would never leave that place. And so that I can go on living I must only dwell there for a moment, but oh what a glorious moment, these moments are my very life. It is these moments that allow me to endure all things for I know that there will come a day where suddenly it will be moments no longer. And it makes me tremble all the more when I realize that this place of eternity, this uninterrupted unadulterated presence of the living God has not even entered into the hearts of man. No eye has seen nor ear heard nor spirit experienced the full measure of our God. It is above and beyond human description or even imagination. I come to the end of myself and it thrills my soul to know that at the very end of everything that ever was, everything that has ever been or ever will be experienced by man is the very beginning of you, the very beginning of you. My soul’s journey into eternity renders all mere trials momentary and light, I shall count them all as rubbish for the goal that is set before me. Oh the glorious wonder of a world that cannot be imagined. You tell me oh Lord that it has not even entered into the hearts of man what you have prepared for us and I compare that with the moments I have spent in your presence and based on this alone my mind is staggered to a point that I cannot even comprehend the beginning of what you have said. Today brothers and sisters, God is ready to be encountered by the man or woman who has readied themselves, who has a desperate thirst for Him, who would draw near to Him. Do you hunger and thirst after the Glory of God? This great treasure is found by those who diligently seek Him, pray today to God to give you such a hunger and a thirst.

4 Responses to “As the deer pants after the water brooks”

  1. david said

    Sir,your writings is so full of divine inspiration.i have been following it, keep it up

    • appolus said

      Thank you brother, without the Spirit of the Lord we have nothing, may the Lord Jesus be glorified…………..bro Frank

  2. Ann said

    I feel so dry and “yucky” lately. Thank you for this blessed reminder that I can ask Him and He will satisfy because He promised to! There’s definitely nothing in the natural that can satisfy my thirst because it is for Him.

    • appolus said

      We are only really truly alive in His presence Ann. Its the Glory, it radiates through every part of who we are are, it infuses us with eternity. You are right of course, nothing compares to being in Him and being where He is. It is to behold His glory and to know that we are one, know in our hearts and minds and spirits……………..bro Frank

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