A Single Touch from God’s Hand is More Than Enough!

 

Webster’s New World Dictionary defines the word hand as the part of the arm below the wrist, used for grasping.

Medically, Humans rely on the complex and intricate structure of the hands to survive. A person’s hands are used to help them eat, work and express their thoughts through gestures.

A surgeon uses his or her skilled hands to save lives; baseball pitchers to throw the perfect pitch, farmers to plant food to feed the hungry, writers to tell an intriguing story, songwriters to score the most majestic music for listening pleasure and delight, and soldiers to fight battles to protect our freedom and safety.

Out of all the hands mentioned, there are no hands like the safe hands of God. God has no ordinary hands! Isaiah 41:10 says, “. . . for I am thy God, I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee and uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.”

One touch from God’s hands brings immediate healing physically, mentally and spiritually. All power in heaven and in earth is in the hands of God. There is deliverance and comfort from stress and confusion in the hands of God. God is our strength, joy and peace. He is the greatest physician of all times, with the finger of love God wipes away all tears, and make you whole through faith in his son, the Lord Jesus Christ.

When you worship God hold your hands open, facing up toward heaven to receive the bountiful blessings from God, and allow him to fill your cup with all joy and happiness. Now the real blessing comes when in your worship, you present God a humble heart and mind. The key is to ask God for nothing. All you need to do is stretch your hands out and downward, then bow your head and give God all the Glory and Honor due his Holy name. Psalm 63:4 says, “Thus will I bless thee while I live, I will lift up my hands in thy name.”

When you worship God with your hands – he prepares you to help others using your heart and hands. Ecclesiates 9:10 says, Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might. . .” Don’t be afraid to join hands with God, become a believer of Jesus Christ, in doing so you are guaranteed to walk away with a new life and rejoicing — because God has no ordinary hands!