His timing is perfect.
The Max Lucado quote above jumped out at me last Sunday night, again yesterday morning, and won’t leave me be.
This morning, I awoke to the beginnings of a migraine. and this quote jumped back out to me, yet again.
I choose to believe it’s God reminding me of the truth it contains.
Lean into Hope.
God knows we need a shoulder to lean on and strong arms to hold us. That’s His job. Ours is to learn in at all times, trusting He is there for us. No matter what.
Heed the call of heaven.
We can’t find our path through the storms without His light showing us the way through. We may not be able to see our way, but if we are listening for His voice, we can hear His direction guiding us onwards.
Press into the Promises.
Our God is the God of Promise. What He says will happen, will.
What He says He will do, He will.
The precious promises He has wrapped throughout the Bible are there for us to wrap our hearts about when things are bumpy, painful or seemingly exhausted of hope.
These three short sentences all have something in common, besides all being penned by the same man.
They are all calls to action.
We need to choose to do these three steps in order to keep our equilibrium during the storms.
Because God is waiting for us to lean, heed and press in to Him.
He can’t do those steps for us.
He can be with us when we accept His reminders and invitations to come…
Lean on the arms which never tire, heed His loving voice speaking hope and life, press in to our ever present never shaken Rock.
He is the strength we need.
He is the love we crave.
He is the foundation we long for.
You do remember He adores you? Always has, always will?
No matter what?
Choose Hope, Beloved.
Every day, every time, every season.
For He alone will never fail to rekindle our hope when we put our faith and trust in Him.