I'm walking & running & typing down Broadway under the light of the moon and a clear Texas starlit sky.
Those of us in South Texas wait from March until about....now---to escape 100 degree plus days.
This am God turned down the air conditioning.
(almost kept running to Julian Gold, to get all the furs out of storage...however, I refrained.)I was reminded with a clear physical example of God's faithfulness in keeping His promises.
In Genesis when Noah and his family got off the ark, after the flood waters had receded, God made them a promise. Most people familiar with the story will probably remember the first rainbow, as the seal of God’s promise that He would never again destroy the whole earth with a flood. However, even before that, God made another promise in Genesis 8:22,
“As long as the earth endures, seed time and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease.” Thousands and thousands of years have passed since God made that promise, and a testify true to His Character, the cycle of day and night, along with the changing of the seasons remain. His faithfulness does not change.
This morning, I saw this Scripture come to pass.
I saw Him- I felt Him in the air. I was reminded that...
He created the stars I was walking underneath.
He knows each one of them by name.
He knows mine.
He knows your's.
Whatever is on your heart today- be it gratefulness or anxiety- He knows. But, tell Him anyway.
He's turned the air conditioning down, just to physically remind you & me that He is listening.
He is acting.
He is closer than the very breath you just took.
God, Thank You for keeping every single one of Your Promises.
In His Dust,