|“Father to the fatherless, defender of widows.” – Psalm 68:4|
When someone important is being introduced, the announcer usually says, “Mr. So-And-So — Founder of This Extra-Important Company!” or, “Miss Something Else — Nobel-Prize-Winning Inventor of This Brilliant Thing!”
Do you know how God likes to be introduced?
His name is the Lord… Father to the fatherless, defender of widows. — Psalm 68:4-5 (NLT)
Our Almighty God, who sifted stars through His fingers, stands not with kings and princes, but with the weak, the powerless, the poor.
Because the people no one else thinks are important have a special place in God’s heart. He hears their cries. He fights for them and defends them.
And one night long ago, in Bethlehem, He stepped out of Heaven and became one of them.
Excerpted with permission fromThoughts to Make Your Heart Singby Sally-Lloyd Jones, copyright Zonderkidz.