When LORD is use with small caps it refers to the actual name of God. In English there is no vowels in the spelling of it and in Hebrew it is all vowels. It is an extraordinary name, which can not be said, for an extraordinary God.
In struggling with writing on these verses, God showed me what He wanted. I am always amazed that I have a new follower on Twitter or Facebook. So when I get a notice on Twitter that someone started following me I always say thanks. Having wrestled over night on what to write and getting no direction, I checked my notifications. I had a new follower on Twitter, it was a church. I said thanks then moved on to look at my feed. That is when God said to go back and look at the church's tweets. So I did. All I saw was a video link about a fish story. I figured it was about when Jesus told Peter to throw the nets on the other side of the boat. That was not it. Why don't you take a look.
Through this video God showed me, He takes ordinary people with ordinary tools and does extraordinary things with them. The Bible is filled with examples.
Moses once a prince turned shepherd; took his staff and parted the Red Sea.
Jousha and the children marched around Jericho for seven days and the walls fell down with south side and horn blast.
David, a small shepherd boy armed only with a sling and some rocks, kills a giant.
Elijah, with water soaked fire wood and prayer brings down fire from heaven and burns up the wood.
Mary, a young woman form and obscure village, engaged to a carpenter, gave birth to God's Son, the Savoir of the world.
Peter, a simple fisherman, walked on water.
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