After a week of valleys and plateaus, I was seeking a few uplifting words of faith for the journey, you might say. Some reassurances of God's all-seeing eye in the affairs of mankind. Well, I'm happy to report that I found some words of faith: In my very own blog—post, after post, after post. "God knows." "God sees." "God cares."
It wasn't the first time I've been my own inspiration. Countless times I've thumbed through old journals and found words I penned during times of great loss, lighting the pathway for today. Or maybe I woke up singing one of my songs, written decades ago, bringing hope to my heart again.
I love it when that happens. Not because I'm somebody special, understand, but because looking back and seeing how my faith has endured—through famine and feast, sunshine and rain, midnight and morning—is the best faith-builder there is.
Some say it's silly to believe that God is aware of mere mortals, or that he has anything to do with anything that happens in life, but I disagree. His Word says otherwise, and I choose to believe that no matter how small the problem in my hand might be, God knows, he sees, and he cares.
If you're doubting that today, my friend, you've not clicked on my blog by accident. He knew, he saw and he cared. Embrace his promises and be blessed.
"Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? Yet not one of them is forgotten by God. Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Don’t be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows," Luke 12:6-7 (NIV).
I'm linking to Spiritual Sundays, a great place to find inspiration.