Thursday, March 2, 2017
God Sees And Will Provide What I Need
In review of Psalm 94:9 it says, “He who planted the ear, shall He not hear? He who formed the eye, shall He not see?”
God is listening and sees all.
What this means to me:
I need not worry that God isn’t privy to the things of my life. For He who make my ears and eyes does see and hears what’s happening.
Today's verse comes from Psalm 94. In it the psalmist may be complaining against those who are against him and his people. He even asks God when He will deal with them. But mostly the psalmist outlines and highlights God's goodness and ultimate protection. Even though we may be undergoing hard times, the psalmist tells us not to despair, for the one who formed us, our ears and our eyes knows and sees all. He will deal with things in his timing.
The good news is that God is in control. If my prayers haven’t been answered yet or don’t get answered the way I want, I should not become discouraged; for God has something better in mind for me. I am to learn how to be patient and how to wait upon the Lord.
What I’m learning is that I can’t trust God to release what is in His hand until I let go of what is in mine. I need to trust that He has something wonderful waiting for me, things beyond what my mind can even grasp.
So, I am to keep on praying, watching and waiting. God hears my prayers, and sees my needs. He is in complete control and knows all. I have found that there are three answers to prayer, “yes”, “no”, or “wait.” If God is having me wait, then it means that I’m just not ready for what amazing thing He has in mind for me. I should trust that in due season my need will be met with a solution so spectacular that when I see it come together, I will immediately know that indeed the Lord had His hand upon it all along!
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