I can be so blind!

Blinded by the immediate.

Blinded by what everyone else thinks.

Blinded by my routines and habits.

Blinded by worry.

Blinded by trying to control things in my life.

Do you ever feel this way?

There are times when its a major struggle to open my spiritual eyes…

open my mind….

open my heart…

to the truth….

to a different reality – God’s reality.

Sometimes I can be just like Elisha’s servant in the Bible who was afraid of the huge enemy army which surrounded the city they were in. Elisha wasn’t afraid. He knew something the servant didn’t know. Elisha prayed, ‘Open his eyes, Lord, so he may see.” 2 Kings 6: 17.

And when the Lord opened the servant’s spiritual eyes, he looked up and saw the hills around Elisha full of horses and chariots of fire. God’s army.

Elisha was not worried – he knew the truth.  God had his back and there was no cause for alarm. Elisha understood and trusted in the power and faithfulness of his Father God.

His eyes were open.

When my eyes are open, I can see God moving around me. I can feel the strength he gives me to face each challenge that comes my way. I can rest in the knowledge that he has his army fighting my battles and he is working all things out for my good. I can see his light guiding me towards the next step of my journey.

He is my powerful and faithful Father God.

Are your eyes open?

Where Does It Come From?

Sometimes its all just too much.

Our calendars are full.

Our bank account is empty.

The pile of stuff needing our attention keeps growing.

Where can we find the strength to face another day?

God is our strength.oct-2-2016-where-does-it-come-from

He has a huge storehouse of strength that he wants to give us.  We just need to ask and receive.

God desires to bless us, his children.  He wants us to have the strength for the things we need to do …… and for fun things, too!

He loves us.

He wants to care for us and help us and guide us.

We just need to plug into his power.

Could you use a little extra strength today?

He’s waiting

Thank you, Abba Father.