We all experience Kingdom greatness and grace . . . not because of prominence, position, power or paycheck . . . but, because we have been in the presence of our God.
The challenges and obstacles in our lives are always in the forefront. When we take a moment to look behind the curtain, we discover a good plan, a guiding presence and a greater purpose.
In every challenge, we are provided with a choice . . . believe in the process or be burdened with the problem. An eternal optimist sees all opportunities and obstacles from God’s observatory . . . hope and promise from a heavenly perspective.
Fear is a trap that will paralyze. There is an escape.
We all face the “two wolves” . . . good and evil, positive and negative, humility and pride. Two opposing forces in every day of our lives is a reality.The one that wins
depends on the one we feed.
I often wonder if things are going to work out or how things are going to work out . . . and during all that time . . . God is seemingly working them out.