Dear God, thank you for making us relational people, just like you are a relational God. Thank you also for revealing yourself to us so humbly, connecting with us despite our failings, and so often meeting us at a level we can comprehend — rather than overwhelming us and our freewill by making us scared of you, which you could so easily do. You want us to choose you — and I choose you.
Thank you also for preserving the Bible like you have. It has more than intriguing that its turned out to be so well preserved, with more copies than any other book, written earlier, and with verifiable history and predictions, and more. It looks like you knew we’d doubt — and so you helped us through preserving all this information. It has another layer of reassurance you have given us so we can know that our faith in you is well grounded. Thank you.
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