God continues to remind me that what I predict should happen is always subject to His will.
Have you noticed how difficult it is to predict the weather for southwest Missouri? As I sit looking out my living room window, watching the snow and sleet blow around the corner of the house, I learn again that predictions are just that… predictions. Guesses, that may have a basis in past experience, but are not always dependable. The actual weather dictated how my weekend was spent, not the predictions concerning the weather. Based on predictions, I had planned on attending a workshop at the church… based on the actual weather, here I sit looking out of the window.
I had written a blog post based on the sermon that was to be preached last Sunday. Now, with the cancellation of all Sunday services, it needs to be written from a different perspective. Listen to next Sundays message and I think you will find out that the way God chooses to work in our lives is always under His control, not our’s.
God continues to remind me that what I predict should happen is always subject to His will. Jesus does miraculous things. Things way beyond our imaginations or predictions. Even things beyond our past experiences. He does what only He can do. He transforms our hearts and minds. I love the mystery of that work!