Greater Delight

I love sunrises. I love sunrises and I love sunsets.

As a child of God with bipolar disorder, I love nature. Two of the parts about nature that excites me the most are sunrises and sunsets.

~”As far as the east is from the west, so far does he remove our transgressions from us.”~ Psalm 103:13, ESV~

Whenever I look at sunrises, I feel a sense of joy. The joy of the Lord comes in the morning as the Lord forgives me of my sins, as a child of God with bipolar disorder. Praise the Lord and Hallelujah!

Whenever I look at sunrises, I feel a sense of excitement. This excitement is a part of the joy of the Lord of which I cannot contain and gives light to my sense of joy, as a child of God with bipolar disorder. Praise the Lord and Hallelujah!

Whenever I look at sunrises, I feel a sense of love. This love is a part of the excitement and joy of the Lord of which I cannot contain and grants me calm in the midst of troubling circumstances, as a child of God with bipolar disorder. Praise the Lord and Hallelujah!

Whenever I see a sunset, I feel a sense of peace. This peace surpasses my understanding of what was, as a child of God with bipolar disorder. Praise the Lord and Hallelujah!

Whenever I see a sunset, I feel a sense of delight. This delight comes from my heart for Jesus, and for what is, as a child of God with bipolar disorder. Praise the Lord and Hallelujah!

Whenever I see a sunset, I feel a sense of greatness. This greatness comes from my optimism of looking ahead into the future of what is to come and my life goals and achievements coming to pass, in the Name of Jesus Christ, and, as a child of God with bipolar disorder. Praise the Lord and Hallelujah!

I love sunrises. I love sunrises and I love sunsets, as a child of God with bipolar disorder.

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