By: Darrelyn L. Tutt

It is such a strange necessary work God does in our hearts …
One can never quite guess what He might draw out of us and call out of us next.
Individuals who consider the Christian life to be dull, mundane, and stoic, are likely to have never experienced it ...
The personalness of it I mean.
It is no ho-hum, dum-ditty-dum business,
This breath-taking supernatural intimacy with God …
With His Christ:
It is real and true,
Good and strong,
Deep and intense,
Expressive and impassioned.
Communion with a holy being so surpassing our littleness that we cannot be normal and like the others when He is actively engaged with us.
Christ is like ….
A living kaleidoscope in the soul, with the lens being turned 1000 times, and the colors diverging, merging, separating, and coming together;
All coming at you in this imagery and within a context of expanding vibrant intimacy that articulation and expression of it seems an impossibility.
O, my sweet Savior be praised.
You are glorious,
And too good for words.
For every single thing I ought to be but fail to be,
You love me.
For every single sin that I have ever committed and will ever commit,
You love me.
The heavens declare the glory of God and my soul simply wonders …
In color.
“The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament showeth His handiwork. Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night showeth knowledge. There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard.”
Psalm 19:1-3