How Big is Your God?

A quote from the book “Your God is Too Small” by J. B. Phillips (Meaning your concept of Him is too small!)

“A man may find difficulty in writing a poem, but if he cries ‘Oh, William Shakespeare, help me!’ nothing happens. A man may be terribly afraid, but if he cries ‘Horatio Nelson, help me!’ there is no sort of a reply. But if he is at the end of his moral resources and cannot, by effort of will, muster up sufficient positive love and goodness and he cries, ‘Oh Christ, help me!’ something happens at once! The sense of spiritual enforcement, of drawing spiritual vitality from a living source, is so marked that Christians cannot help being convinced that their HERO is far more than an outstanding figure from the past.”

(Our God is real, He’s alive, and He’s available! And He is as big in your life as YOU ALLOW HIM TO BE! My heart is so overwhelmed with that truth and I will continue to seek Him and cooperate with all that He desires to do in and through my life! Ask yourself this question “How big is MY God?” and be willing to go wherever you have to in order to find the answer. It will be an amazing journey!)


About Louise Willard

I am a Christian who loves the Lord and enjoys both studying and teaching the Word of God. My heart's desire is to help others to learn and grow in their knowledge of...and relationship with Him. I am a free-lance writer and hope to use my gifts and talents in that area to be a blessing to others. I have six adult children and 'gobs' of grandkids! I live my life to the fullest everyday, and am so appreciative of the people that the Lord has brought into my life over the years. Life is's even better than's amazing!
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