How Do You Picture God? | How To Let Go and Let God

The main part of the process in learning how to let go and let God, is to know Who God is.  Not who He is to anyone else, but WHO He is to YOU!

I hear stories over and over again about how people are failing in doing what they have said they want to do… and then the big…“but” word comes into the picture.

Allow me to help you in the process of letting go and how making a simple decision has the potential to change your current circumstances.  Ready?  Here we go:

As trivial as this may sound to you, still, answer the question, remember it’s the beginning to letting go, okay?

  • How do you picture God?

Important: You do not have to use your real name in the comment section below if you don’t won’t to and I’m the only one who has access to your email, not the public.  So fire away with your answer.

How Do You Picture God?
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10 thoughts on “How Do You Picture God?

  • January 23, 2015 at 9:53 pm
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    I’ve actually have never thought about a picture of God. At least, nothing visual. But, in my mind’s eye, I can imagine (and please don’t think I’m crazy!), I can imagine a transparent face, although faceless. The transparent face is only because I visualize attributes such as love, kindness, sorrow, joy, disappointment. All things that I feel He would display in regards to me.

    Other than that, I “see” His presence. At least, I “feel” His presence.

    Excellent question!

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    Regina Reply:

    Proverbs 29:18 reads, “Where there is no vision, the people perish…” I say that because in order for me to honor God, I had to “picture” Him. I asked Him to come into my life, to create me a clean heart so that I may serve Him accordingly. I wanted to know who He really is. What He meant to me in order for me to “oblige” His principles.

    How we “picture” Him, determines how much we trust Him. Anybody can say, yes, they love God. However, if there’s no relationship with Him, He’s just another author, motivational speaker, coach, etc., that comes and goes when it’s okay to “accept Him.”

    I don’t think you’re crazy at all Carla, because how you picture Him, is perfect to Him! BOOM! That’s where the relationship forms. Thanks for your continuous sincere support and love. I love you through eternity!

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  • January 23, 2015 at 11:06 pm
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    Hello Regina
    I love reading your e-mails that you have sent me o.k. I never thought about Him as a picture to me but I do know Him as my Saviour and God is my everything/
    He is my life
    God is
    Ruth gaines
    I love you so very much o.k.
    Thanks Regina

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    Regina Reply:

    @Ruth Gaines, Thank you Ruth, I appreciate you! I don’t think many people have ever “pictured” Him. May I suggest you picture Him? It’s an amazing experience. Love you back! 🙂

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  • January 26, 2015 at 7:16 pm
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    Regina,
    That question made me go hmmm, yet I answer with this. He is the gentleness that caresses my face on a warm Spring day, knowing He has breathed the breath of life in me I see Him as my fence my high tower protecting from the enemy. He is my shepherd and father who watches over and out for me, as he uses His rod and staff to to guide me keeping me on the right path. I picture Him as my all and all

    Renee

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    Regina Reply:

    Absolutely breathtakingly beautiful, Renee!

    I can only imagine God’s face as He reads these messages of love towards Him. Thank you SO much for sharing. Blessings!

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  • January 28, 2015 at 5:52 pm
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    How do I picture God? I picture God as my Heavenly Father. For those of us who had a true father (father figure) in their lives, Was there anything he won’t do for you? Case and point, know the same for God! There is nothing he won’t do for you, however, he can do everything for you if you just surrender all to him. I see him as the director of my life.

    I pray (talk to him) and give him all the praise and honor he deserves daily. I totally trust, believe and have faith in him. He already knows my beginning and my end. I am the one on the path so I go to him for instructions and guidance. I go to him for strength and refilling. I go to him for whatever I require. When I pray (talk to him), I feel myself in his hand and his hand next to his chest by his heart and it is there that I am comforted and instructed. It’s the same feeling when you hold and cradle a baby and just love them. A baby depends on you for everything. I depend on God for everything.

    Total surrender to God is the best thing anyone can do for themselves. Total surrender may not appear to be an easy thing, however, you can do it. The spirit is always willing, just move the flesh out of the way. When you let God order your steps and you follow his lead (his instructions), there is nothing he will withhold from you because you are being obedient to his word. The trials will come and they are not enemies of your faith, they are opportunities to prove God’s faithfulness if you just totally surrender. If you don’t know him, then seek him and he will come. There aren’t enough words to describe his presence, just enter in!!! The best relationship you will ever have is your relationship with God.

    Thanks Regina for your obedience, your efforts and this platform to be able to share God’s word and his awesomeness. Love you with an everlasting love in Christ.

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    Regina Reply:

    Oh Michele my Sister in Christ!

    What a beautiful testimony of your love for God. Thank you SO much for sharing this. May God continue to bless you according to His perfect will for YOU! Love you through eternity!

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  • January 29, 2015 at 9:27 pm
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    I am trying to picture God. I see a loving face, perhaps grieved at me for past, forgiven sins; but I desire greatly to have that relationship restored with Him through faith, Bible study and prayer. I love Him but will keep trying to picture Him. God, help me be more like Jesus every day

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    Regina Reply:

    Hi Gary!

    It’s such an amazing thing to know that once God forgives us, it’s forgotten. In Isaiah 43:25 He said: “I, even I, am He who blots out your transgressions, for My own sake, and remembers your sins no more.” That is amazing grace! I encourage you to remain steadfast in your faith, bible study and prayer. Blessings to you!

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