So then, there remains a rest for the people of God.  [Hebrews 4:9]

Love’s Rest…

…is the web home

of the devotional overflow of Samuel Liu.

Whistler Mountain, British Columbia, Canada

Whistler Mountain, British Columbia, Canada

The desire is to generate a secret place of comfort, safety, and intimacy, a place where we are able to come into God’s presence    as children running enthusiastically into their father’s loving hug.

This is where we encounter the true heart of our Daddy God.

He longs for us to enter into intimacy with Him–without guilt, without shame, and without distractions.  We can be vulnerable   and transparent before Him, and share freely with Him our deepest fears, desires, and dreams.

Daddy God wants to meet all of our spoken and unspoken needs.

He wants communicate His intimate thoughts to us as well–             to prosper us and not to harm us.  His plan is for our well-being,         to give us a future and a hope.  His words of affirmation toward us are more numerous than the stars in the sky.


Love’s Rest is about receiving the revelation                     of the Father’s love. And experiencing it!

It is about cultivating a lifestyle of rest.

He is our peace.  He is our breath.

He is our rest.

Jesus made a way for us to know the Father.

In John 14, Philip asked, “Show us the Father and it would be enough.”  Jesus answered, “Whoever has seen me has seen the Father.”

As we behold Him, we shall become like Him.

God is love, and love will fill us, saturate us and overflow our     broken cups into the world around us, transforming and restoring      the wounded souls that are the treasures of creation.

It is time for the sons and daughters of the living God to arise,            to shine for all to see and to receive-the love that never fails.


Lion at rest

Lion at rest

On this site I will be periodically posting my devotional writings, poetry, photography and songsheets.  I will also post other items that are related to the theme of “Love’s Rest.”  Visit frequently and enjoy the Father’s embrace!

Blessings to you,

Samuel

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