Why Do We Wait…
Hitting rock bottom allows us to experience God in all His glory; so, why do we wait? When disaster comes into our lives is when we can see God in the Light He created that allows us to see Him. Why not bathe in that Light all the time instead of on occasion or once / twice in a lifetime or perhaps on Roman’s Road? Why not today, right now in this moment invite God to open our eyes, soften our heart and unleash His power through us as we walk with the Holy Spirit?
Middle Tennessee has been hit by a devastating tornado that has left a trail of destruction for approximately 81 miles in length – from just West of Nashville to Cookeville. The path has left friends and family in dire straits, left them alone and in some cases took their lives. It is during these times we see the awesome, raw power of God’s mercy, grace and redemptive strength. We see people who, at least for a moment, don’t see this flag or that flag, that don’t see gender, nor skin color. They don’t see political affiliations or a title at the company where they work. No, none of this matters. All they see are brothers and sisters in pain and suffering from a lack of Joy in their life. A Joy that only comes when He is present in our lives
Psalms 18 NKJV
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30 As for God, His way is perfect
The word of the Lord is proven;
He is a shield to all who trust in Him.
31 For who is God, except the Lord?
And who is a rock, except our God?
32 It is God who arms me with strength,
And makes my way perfect.
33 He makes my feet like the feet of deer,
And sets me on my high places.
34 He teaches my hands to make war,
So that my arms can bend a bow of bronze.
35 You have also given me the shield of Your salvation;
Your right hand has held me up,
Your gentleness has made me great.
36 You enlarged my path under me,
So my feet did not slip.