One day in my quiet time, I read the following in one of my devotionals…
“Never a heart’s need that I could not comfort and soothe.”
I said, “Lord, if this is true, then why do I sometimes feel as though You are not there?”
He answered, “My dear one, I have been here all along, through it all. I’ve been here by your side, though unnoticed. I’ve been here, holding your hand, though not felt.
“I’ve been here, hovering over you like a mama bird over her chicks, even though the rush of My wings went undetected. I’ve been here in the blackest hours, shining My light, though its radiance went unseen because hurt and pain had shut your eyes.
“I’ve been here, through the floods of adversity, rowing your boat for you through all those uncharted waters.
“I am the Navigator. I know where we are going. It is your job to sit still before Me and trust that I know best. Don’t rock the boat by telling Me where you want to go. Just let Me take you to the place best suited for you.
“Ride quietly and trust Me and we will reach our destination much more quickly. Don’t be a hindrance to the One who knows the way. I will not steer you wrong nor will I allow the waves to overtake you. Just trust Me, because I love you.”
“Then they cry to the Lord in their trouble, and He brings them out of their distresses. He hushes the storm to a calm and to a gentle whisper, so that the waves of the sea are still. Then the men are glad because of the calm, and He brings them to their desired haven.” (Psalm 107:28-30 AMP)
~In your difficult circumstances, may you know the safe haven that the Lord provides.
Prayer: Lord, with so many tragic events taking place, I pray Your loving hands will reach out through Your servants to those who are grieving over loved ones who have died or been injured. May they know Your comfort, peace, and forgiveness. Bless them all with Your precious presence. Amen.
At a time of physical upheaval in 2000, Lynn Mosher felt led of the Lord to take up her pen and write. With this new passion, she has embraced her mission to reach others through Christ-honoring literature, encouraging them in their walk and offering comfort through the written word. Lynn lives with her hubby (since 1966) in their Kentucky nest, emptied of three chicklets, and expanded by three giggly grand-chicklets, and an inherited dog. You can find out more about Lynn by visiting her website, Heading Home. http://lynnmosher.com