Some days you are running along with life. It is not going the way you want it, but you have learned to make applesauce out of bad apples and lemonade out of not enough lemons.
You have learned to walk with the Lord and pray.
Lord, should I go this way?
Lord, should I do this?
You are walking and working in His will. You are helping the poor, reaching the lost and representing Jesus well.
All of a sudden, the winds pick up and start to blow harshly. It begins pouring rain before you can find shelter. Your car is wrecked, your job is lost, your loved one is ill.
If you like me, you like, I need to check my connection cause He didn’t say anything about this in our morning quiet time. You feel blindsided by God. He didn’t mention this catastrophe when you were chatting.
Laura Story reminds us that sometimes our blessings are in the storms. If you have been praying for something and trouble has taken up residence in your life, look for the blessing. This week in bible study, Moses is surrounded by people who complain and grumble about everything. Can you imagine spending your latter years with a bunch of complainers? They were on their way to the promise land and did not like how God was driving. Eventually all of the complainers died in the dessert and never got to go into the promise land.
Just because you don’t see a way out of your problem, doesn’t mean God hasn’t got it all figured out. Look for the blessings in your storm it will make the journey to the promise land so much better. One of the greatest gifts God gives us is a choice.