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Time escapes far too quickly. Where did yesterday go? For that matter, how has today slipped through my fingers already? If feels like it’s been forever since I shared a blog post.
It doesn’t take much to throw us off schedule or out of sync with what we planned on doing with our day.
I heard God whispering this song to me all evening. It’s so easy for a song to speak to me when I used to sing the song myself.
"I Miss My Time With You" - Larnelle Harris
Focusing on one thing so closely can cause everything else to seem to fade away like the snow that delicately covered my yard this morning. There’s no trace of it now. But too often I find myself focusing on the wrong things. You’ve probably heard the phrase, “Don’t tell God how big your mountain is (focusing on the obstacles before us), speak to your mountain(s) and declare how big your God is!”
When my husband and I go to dinner in a nicer eating establishment, I expect my meal to arrive before me just as I ordered it. If I focus on how salty the green beans are, I deprive myself of the delight the tilapia is providing as it blankets my tongue before I quickly chew and swallow.
So too, when I focus on what a bad hair day I’m surviving, I may miss the array of blessings God spilled out before me all day long.
We can’t focus on the good (Philippians 4:8) without spending time with the Great!
Sure, your mountains will continue to demand your time and attention. It’s up to you to choose to spend time with God, before turning your eyes to the problems. We’re sure to see those problems in a different light after basking in the Light of the World.