I am so blessed by those who leave words of encouragement to help me and my family through a difficult season of life. Thank you so much!
On Sunday the preacher spoke of Moses and the Burning Bush. A story I've known since childhood. A story that is so familiar it has lost its "punch" (so to speak). Oh, but if God can speak through a burning bush, He can certainly speak through a "punchless" story, now can't He? You can read the entire story in Exodus Chapter 3, but here are the phrases that jumped out at me:
1. The Lord said, "I have seen the misery of my people."
2. "I have heard them crying out."
3. "I am concerned about their suffering."
4. "So I have come down to rescue them."
Before I hopped here this morning to write this post, read this comment from Tammie:
"...but I know this ... you are not beyond God's reach, you are not beyond His hearing, your tears have not escaped His attention, your hurt is not beyond His understanding, and your needs are not beyond His ability to meet."
How's that for confirmation?
God is concerned.
God will rescue.
End of Story...with a lot of "punch"!