This post came up in my Facebook memory yesterday.
The original post was from April 16, 2010.
We were preparing for internship with some ministry, housing, and financial uncertainties. We also were expecting a newborn (Jadyn) within the next month.
When there is nowhere to turn, what do you do?
When you are at the end of your rope, what do you do?When things seem to be going well, what do you do?
When you are amazed at how well things are going, what do you do?
In each of these circumstances:
With no where to turn, surrounded by enemies, Joab, one of David's commanders, positioned Abishai, his brother against one side while he prepared to fight the other.
His advice to Abishai was "Be strong and let us fight bravely for our people and the cities of our Good. The LORD will do what is good in his sight." (1 Chronicles 19:13)
As we are coming to the end of our time, I have realized and need to continue to trust in the truth of this passage.
I need to prepare as best as possible and trust that the LORD will do what is good in his sight. Whether it is housing, finances, ministry responsibilities or entering an internship with a new born baby, I need to trust in the LORD.
God has proven himself faithful and amazing throughout our time here @ BBC&S
Four years ago, I could not imagine how God was going to work circumstances out for us.
He has over and over again.Now, I wonder the same thing as we prepare to go to Toledo for internship but I know who God is and what He is able to do.