He pulled the mountain out of the dirt to stand before Him, tall and towering. He poured the oceans into the deep to roll in front of Him, loud and soothing. He taught the birds how to fly, to hum praises unto His Holy name. He orchestrated the singing of the trees and choreographed their sway. He spoke to the blossoms, encouraging them to come out of hiding and show the world their beauty. He made the Sun to shine upon His creation and the moon to glow upon the same. He spoke life into dead places and poured love into loveless depths. He made man His friend, the friend of a God, the God. He made women His children, children of a King, the King. He adopted them into His bloodline, sacrificing His one and only in order to make the adoption legal and everlasting.
If He did all of these things, He would never let you wander without relentlessly pursuing you. If He did all of these things, He would never let you hurt without creating a way to healing. If He did all of these things, He would never allow your heart to break without forming a new heart that was unbreakable. He just wouldn’t, it would be against His nature, His very being.
When He formed the world, your face crossed His mind. When He spoke to the blossom He knew how much you would love the bloom. When He drew the mountain up and out of the depths of the earth He thought about how you would admire the height and the authority. When He pulled and pushed the ocean He knew one day you would stand looking at it, amazed at its power. When He caused the sun to shine and warm everything it touched, He knew there would be days when you would stare up at it and smile, knowing the sun shone because of its love and obedience for your God, your Father.
So, if God did all of this, then He will not let you wander in vain. He will create a path for you no matter how far into the wilderness you go. He will bring water even in the midst of the driest desert. He will, because He always has. He is the same God that formed Adam out of the dust of the earth and Eve out of the bone of man. He is the same God that parted the Red Sea and wrote the commandments on a stone. He is the same God that led His people through places they never thought they would or could go and taught them how to live, to succeed, to fight, always leading them into victory. He is the same God today that He was then. If He did it then, He will do it now.
He hasn’t changed, therefore His Word and promises haven’t either. Your day will come, it is already written, already in the making. So, wait upon your Lord and believe that the sun shines today on a path you have not yet seen, a path that will lead you right to the desires of your heart, for your Father knows your desires and longs to bring you to them.
The same God that drew the mountain up and pushed the oceans out will lead you to the miracle, He always has, and He always will.
“I will take you as my own people, and I will be your God.” -Exodus 6:7 (NIV)
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Thank you so much for your posts. You have a beautiful way with words.
Thank you, Debra!