Here’s what I’ve learned, write a message like last Wednesday’s devotion and two things will happen. A LOT of people will relate and respond. And you will also quickly encounter some unexpected opportunities to put what you say into practice.
I’ve also learned sometimes God’s peace is just there when you need it – you don’t even have to ask for it. Other times, asking is necessary – but then it floods in like a river. And occasionally, you have to ask and keep on asking. I don’t think that’s because God is hesitant to supply it, but because we are hesitant to trust it, to fully trust Him with the situation. Especially when we can’t see Him at work.
I’m hopping off the computer and to get dressed for a Christmas banquet I’m speaking at tonight in Warner Robins, GA. If you happen to be local, a few attendees are sick today and seats are now available for this sold out event. So first pray for those ladies to feel better, then call Southside Baptist and ask if you can come!
The winner of the book It’s No Secret from Don’t Overthink is commenter #50. HD email me your address and I’ll get the book out to you.
Here are your random numbers:
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But I prayed for each and every one of you that left a comment or request.
So take comfort in the fact that God is on the scene.