Yesterday was one of those days...
We are in the process of preparing our house to sell. There is much to be accomplished and it was starting to get to the point where I wondered if we'd be able to get it all done in time. We had decided to hire a landscaper because our yard had really got away from us this Spring and the weeds had taken over the mulched areas in a BIG way.
We had been waiting for a few days for a landscaper to call us back, but I (the impatient one) was getting a little antsy Sunday afternoon and instead of just trusting, I started to STRESS! Fortunately, I am blessed with a wonderful husband (the patient one) who was in the midst of talking me off the ledge and telling me, "Everything is going to be ok and it will all work out, you'll see, we'll get everything done." when his cell phone rang...
Yep, you guessed it. It was the landscaper. Not only was he calling us back, he wanted to know if he could come out right then to look at our weed infested yard. He did and we agreed on a price. He'll start working on beautifying our yard today.
While I was in the midst of my stressing out, our good friend Claire was with us and she was just amazed at the timing of the landscaper's phone call. My husband wasn't. He told Claire, "Every now and then God likes to whack her (meaning me) upside her head to remind her that He's in control."
Thanks Lord... I needed that!
Corrie Ten Boom once said, "Let God's promises shine on your problems."
You have trusted Him in a few things, and He has not failed you. Trust Him now for everything, and see if He does not do for you exceeding abundantly above all that you could ever have asked or thought, not according to your power or capacity, but according to His own mighty power, that will work in you all the good pleasure of His most blessed will. You find no difficulty in trusting the Lord with the management of the universe and all the outward creation, and can your case be any more complex or difficult than these, that you need to be anxious or troubled about His management of it? Hannah Whitall Smith
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