Like a Dog Chasing its Tail ~ December 8

Like a Dog Chasing its Tail

What will happen if it catches it?

May my lips overflow with praise, for you teach me your decrees.  Psalm 119:171

I can truly relate to this verse because as I learn more about Jesus and His love, I am more and more in awe of Him, and as a result, I praise Him more.

Loving God is like a dog chasing its tail; as I learn more about God I love Him more, and the more I love Him, the more I want to know about Him. It’s a continuous whirling event full of joy and excitement. Sometimes I think God’s love for us is so complete and so awesome, our minds and hearts will never be able to fully grasp it; when we come face-to-face with it, will we simply be overwhelmed and consumed by it.

My lips cannot help but overflow with praise for God. It seems to me I have gone past the point of no return and have learned too much about Him. I’ve come too far in my desire to know Him, and there is no turning back. He has taught me enough about His love so that I cannot stop my pursuit of it. I am in awe of its vastness.

I think… I’m about to catch my tail!

7 Comments »

  1. What a wonderful precious declaration of love and praise, the hunger for his word and love seems unending as you stated the more we know the more we know we want! Great Write Charles thank you for being such a wonderful minister of his word.

  2. adopted80 said

    Great write Charlie, I really enjoy reading you praise God and your want to know Him more, as you put it there is no turning back. Thank you for ministering to me how you love the Lord and being an example to all of us. I recently started writing short stories and have used your writing style as a model and have named your blog in my last storie INSEPERABLE LOVE, I hope this is ok with you, if not I appologoze. I have been so encouraged by you , Thank you

    bart

    • Thank you very much, Bart. I am happy that my simple words inspire and encourage you! That is my hope and, as I like to say, my job. I will check out the story you mention, but be assured I have no problem with you naming my blog in anything you write. Please feel free to share anything on my blog with anyone you wish to share it with!

  3. Deborah said

    🙂

  4. What a truly wonderful post and a perspective that I would never have thought about alone. I had gotten away from my Bible for some time. Then, the desire to read it became not only a need but a desire for more, more, more. The same is true of God’s love!

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