Archive for December, 2010
Papa God doesn’t care who you are. You may be a sickly orphan baby in a poverty-stricken country or the leader of the most powerful country in the world. Papa God doesn’t care. He loves us all the same.
Acts 10:34 says “God is no respecter of persons” — i.e., He does not play favorites — unlike, perhaps, your mother or father who, being human, would have had to go to great lengths not to favour one of their children over the others. This assertion is backed up in several more Bible verses (Romans 2:11, Galatians 2:6, Ephesians 6:9, and many more).
You are just as important in Papa God’s eyes as the pastor of a mega-church. Perhaps not in anyone else’s eyes, though — but Papa’s eyes are the ones that see clearly. What He sees, what He says, is what truly matters.
And when you pray to Papa to ask Him for something, why do you think He would not answer you? Do you think you are too sinful? He answered the prayers of many sinners in the Bible — simply because they asked Him. Some of them were in the very act of sinning and did not repent, yet He heard their prayers and healed them. Do you think you are too unimportant? He answered the prayer of a runaway slave who had been mistreated by her mistress. He hears. He sees. He cares.
No matter who you are. No matter what you’ve done. Papa God CARES.