Lord, where art thou?

When God asked Adam, “where art thou?” It wasn’t that the Lord didn’t know where Adam was, He wanted Adam to know where he was.

Adam disobeyed his Creator and felt separated, he no longer had that familiar connection, God seemed more like a stranger than a friend, Adam was fearful and ashamed.

Are we fearful, are we ashamed? God knows where we are, we forget sometimes He’s there.

Jesus is the new Adam in town.

What once separated us as strangers brought us together as brothers. Don’t ever forget that we are family.

Posted 9/7/2020 @jeremiahrising Parler


Published by Wyatt Alois Lessner

I’m just a nobody messenger, prophet maybe. The thoughts, meditations, words, messages and other writings are inspired by the author and the finisher of my faith. I’m here only to proclaim and not to justify to anyone whats written. All inspirations in posts are original unless mentioned or quoted in the post. All of God’s rights to it is reserved. Why Jeremiah? He is the Weeping Prophet. God will confirm His word in my heart in this manner. Every Old Covenant Prophet will have their today in the New Covenant Church. Prophets are a extension of a characteristic of their Creator.

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