I Can Still See You!
“Behold, the eye of the Lord is on those who fear Him, On those who hope in His mercy”.
Psalms 33:18 (NKJV)
One night a house caught fire and a young boy was forced to flee to the roof. The father stood on the ground below with outstretched arms, calling to his son, "Jump! I'll catch you." He knew the boy had to jump to save his life.
All the boy could see, however, was flame, smoke, and blackness. As can be imagined, he was afraid to leave the roof.
His father kept yelling: "Jump! I will catch you."
But the boy protested, "Daddy, I can't see you."
The father replied, "But I can see you and that's all that matters."
Beloved, it's difficult to see through the maze of unsettling conversations, social media posts, conflicts, and the effects of this current pandemic. For businesses, entrepreneurs, teachers, law enforcement, medical professional, and certainly church leaders, but there is one thing we 'MUST' remember and hold onto, God can ‘SEE’ and that's all that matters! GLORY to His Holy Name!
Loved ones, this moment I am aiming to encouraging you to remember God sees beyond the cloud of evilness that this world produces and cherishes.
The ways of the wicked are not hidden from the Lord. According to Psalms 10:12-14; the bible states; “Arise, O Lord! Punish the wicked, O God! Do not ignore the helpless! 13 Why do the wicked get away with despising God? They think, “God will never call us to account. 14 But you see the trouble and grief they cause. You take note of it and punish them. The helpless put their trust in you. You defend the orphans”.
So as life continues to shift and turn around uncertain corners, that surely can be difficult to maintain a positive attitude about the future, hold onto the Word! YES! When you're experiencing doubt or worry, whether it's about a difficult family situation, a health problem, or other obstacle, consider turning to the Bible to find verses about hope, then to prayer and meditation. Glory!
I’m loving this, because now I understand a verse that rings loud in my heart and mind that I did not fully understand at the age of 30. Psalm 37:25 states; “I have been young and now I am old, Yet I have not seen the righteous forsaken Or his descendants begging bread.
Now that I have been through some stuff and witnessed God’s deliverance for other and for me, He has carried me through some horrifying events. He has never forsaken me. Glory!
“Trusting God Through it ALL”