The wind is biting, and my thick sweater is not enough to protect against the late Fall temperatures.
I hurry to get inside to the warmth. The kitchen lights leave puddles on the counter top, as I quickly put groceries away.
Life is a blur, but I want to slow it down.
It’s Friday. November 22nd. 2013. This day will soon be gone, and there will never be another just like it……
Oh, how I wish I could live each day remembering this fact.
When the merry-go-round goes wild and the moments make me dizzy….
Yesterday, while making dinner I watched Ann Voskamp and Liz Curtis Higgs, “Christmas at the Farm”. (If you too,would like to see the Webcast, go here. ) These two ladies are inspiring. They gave me a gift. They took my hand, frazzled and worn, and led me to the Savior. Towards the end of the visit, Liz spoke of Luke 1:37. “Nothing is impossible with God.” That happens to be my very favorite Bible verse and I just knew she was talking to me personally.
Nothing. Not anything. Nothing big. Nothing small. N-O-T-H-I-N-G is impossible with God.
How many of us need to hear that today? At this very moment? Every day, a reminder?
The darkness is creeping around the edges of the late afternoon sky. 4:30 seems much later….almost time to start dinner.
But, even as the darkness descends, and the temperature plummets, I know this…
My moments are here and now, and God sees them and feels them all.
I can rest in the knowledge that there is no such thing as impossible with Him.
For with God nothing shall be impossible. Luke 1:37 KJV