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Short Inspired Devotions from the Bible
"God does not give us everything we want, but He does fulfill all His promises... leading us along the best and straightest paths to Himself."
One Thousand Things A Day
Isaiah 64:4 states: "Since ancient times, no one has heard; nor ear has perceived, no eye has seen any God besides You, who acts on behalf of those who wait for Him."
When one thinks about the things that the Lord does for us on a daily basis, I can easily see someone thinking about blessed things. Things that are dealing with, for example: God giving us the ability to breath, to see, to hear. How he allows certain people to move in and out of our lives, from within certain seasons of life. Therefore allowing the right people to cross our path, just at the right time. How He has faithfully stood by us, always there; always making a way out of no way.
Now I believe that the more we begin to think about the things that the Lord has blessed us with, the more we begin to appreciate Him more and more, when it comes to how He decides to move from within our everyday lives.
Make no mistake, God constantly shines a light on the dark paths from within our lives.
And He does this by preparing a table for His children, even while we're in the presence of our enemies. There's nothing that's too hard for the Lord. We're talking about a God who can command the wind to refresh us. We're talking about a Creator who can speak into our very souls. We're dealing with a God who created the night, so that we can have rest. We're dealing with a God who has given us a new day, so that everyday we can be reminded that we're always receiving His very best.
Now I like to think that these daily examples, are apart of the One thousand things a day that Lord constantly provides for us. For it shows us, just how much He truly loves us. Today we can only respond to God in one way, and that way says: "Me to Lord! I love you too, in one thousand ways" - Amen.
I hope and pray, that Danna's short devotion, was in some way, a blessing to you