8 These Things Are Not A DistractionPosted: December 10, 2011
This is the companion to last week’s piece on the Lion of Judah.
I just saw two sons come up to their mom in the prayer room. She pointed out their seats and continued to turn and go on pacing and praying. They positioned themselves to keep their eyes on her face and get her attention. They cried out, “Mom!!” They were serious in pursuing her with their request. They did not take their eyes from her. They were trying to discern her heart.
That is why the Lion of Judah waits. He wants our gaze on Him! He wants us to catch His purposes, His will. His way can be seen even when we are coming to Him in our distress. When we cry out to Him He has our attention. Our eyes are on Him and even though we came with our own agenda He can turn our hearts to His purposes; the purposes for which we were created.
They do not cry out to me from their hearts but wail upon their beds. Hosea 7:14
Don’t stay in the place of wailing. Look to Him as your loving Father and cry out!
With our eyes fully on Him,
Noah Woodrich & Marguex (Holy Ghost-writer :)
Bringing grace and truth to the downcast; reflecting the light we have received so that others can better see.
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