But you never know when or where or how God will invade the routine of your life. (pg 216 – Draw the Circle)
You really never know.
I love how we are reminded in today’s reading that Moses had been tending to sheep for 40 years…
And then, BAM! Burning bush.
Moses surely wasn’t prepared for that scenario.
Do you think Moses lived each day in holy expectation of what God was going to do next?
Do you think Moses got up early to talk to God?
Do you think Moses ended up talking to God all day? I mean, pastures can be boring places.
Do you think Moses worried about when God would show up?
These are all things that go through my mind.
Then, we read about the guy that answered the pay phone in the middle of nowhere and the chaplain that needed glasses! Can y’all believe these stories? God really does know exactly where we are and where we need to be – all the time! And He knows how to get a hold of us too.
I’m crazy enough to believe these kinds of stories will happen for us, too.
I’ve been hearing the old song, “We are standing on holy ground” a lot lately. For some reason I have been drawn to it.
Today’s reading gave me a glimpse of maybe why.
Don’t wait to worship God until you get to the Promised Land; you’ve got to worship along the way. This is holy ground. This is a holy moment. Right here. Right now. Take off your sandals. (pg 219 – Draw the Circle)
Also – It’s 1 Word Wednesday. My word is HolyGround.
See, you really can make 2 words turn into 1 when needed 🙂
What’s your word? What is God drawing you to today?
Share it with us below – I’d love to hear from you.