It’s not about me.
It’s all about God.
His power. My faith.
His glory. My trust.
His ways. Not mine.
God used a little girl to give Namaan a message. A message that seemed utterly crazy. But it wasn’t about the act. It was about the faith in an all powerful God.
II Kings 5
God used Gideon and when his flesh cried that he needed more- God said he didn’t. His ways were higher. His power was stronger. His glory was more magnificent. Judges 7
And then God said to Israel-march. And march. And march. Not fight. Not debate. Not use eloquent words. No complaining. No tiring. Just relentlessly continuing on for the kingdom of God until the trumpet blew. To simply trust and obey. Joshua 6
Pour water on a bonfire before it is lit? I Kings 18.
Talk about rain when there’s no such thing? Build a boat on dry land? Genesis 6-9.
Fight a giant with only a slingshot?
I Samuel 17.
Stand before a king until he holds out a septer? Esther.
Speak before a pharaoh on behalf of a nation? Exodus 3.
Kneel before God in the face of death? Daniel 6.
Feed 5,000 with 5 loaves and 2 fishes? Matthew 14.
Give birth to a Savior never knowing a man? Luke 1
Never abandoned. Always delivered. Abundantly blessed.
Whatever you are facing, God has shown you time and time again that His ways are higher than our ways. Even when it doesn’t logistically make sense to our human way of thinking, we simply must trust.
He holds the galaxies in the palm of His hands and we are but specks like the sands on the sea shore~
yet He loves us infinitely.
He tells us to go. To serve. To believe. To glorify. To trust. Because He is all powerful and all loving.
And through Him we can do anything. Philippians 4:13
Isaiah 26:3, I Corinthians 10:31, Isaiah 55:9