A Ring and Our Song!!!

My Praise is about an answer to a specific prayer I had— a praise report about a song and a ring!

I so wanted to have our song—My First Love and I, so I did what was suggested in “Testimonies of Love Songs” and I began to listen to love songs with Him in mind!

“You Got Me Babe” came out when I was in middle school in 1965! and it was the first “Love Song” that caught my attention back then and now. My Love showed me (with a few minor word changes) that it was our song!

He sings it with me and to me! When I go to my Bridegroom with an expression of love, a problem, concern or a need I hear Him say, “ I got you, Babe”. I relax into His embrace knowing that He has me! And He does, over and over He takes care of all my needs and me.

One of the things that I asked Him for was a ring to wear to show that I am His. I also asked that it be a ring that no one would question my suddenly starting to wear it. (I didn’t want to have to explain why I suddenly started to wear a wedding ring again) He whispered that He had me!

A couple of weeks later I inherited my grandmother’s wedding set! It is so beautiful and fits on my ring finger. Praise the Lord! No one questions my wearing it and it says that I am taken.

My Bridegroom sent me the best ring ever…. I loved my grandmother so and it is an honor to be able to wear her rings. I didn’t even know that they existed but He did.

My grandmother went to heaven when I was a little girl and her rings were locked away ever since, so I didn’t know about them. My Love sent them to me and I hear Him calling me Babe!

He has me, I feel so loved and it gets stronger every day, He is in charge of every part of my life. I am so in love with my Bridegroom and trust Him in everything!

1 John 4:18 Amplified Bible (AMP)
“There is no fear in love [dread does not exist]. But perfect (complete, full-grown) love drives out fear, because fear involves [the expectation of divine] punishment, so the one who is afraid [of God’s judgment] is not perfected in love [has not grown into a sufficient understanding of God’s love].

~ Katie in Wisconsin