It was one of those moments when the Supernatural overshadowed the natural. I was taking the girls to school just like any other of hundred trips down the same road. But this morning, the familiar road was completely clouded by fog. As we came down to the intersection, you could barely make out the traffic light. Instead of being able to see the rise of the the next hill with its traffic lights, cars, trees and buildings, instead of being able to see like we did every time, there was only a wall of fog.
You literally could not see more than fifty feet in front of you. I thought to myself, “Am I really going to drive blind?” Then came the Supernatural moment.
“We live by faith and not by sight.”
And we drove on, straight into the wall of fog.
Why did we do that? Because we had some sense of what was ahead? Maybe.
Because it was rote and routine? Maybe.
But really it was because we knew where we were going. We had Faith that somehow, some way, we were going to make it where we were going. Even though we couldn’t see all the details, we knew we would get there. As we kept going, the road continued to clear before us, little by little.
If you can do this in the natural, how much more power do you have to do this in the Supernatural? Because in Christ, you not only know Where you are going, but also you know Who is with you. Don’t be afraid to Faith God just like you faith those roads in the fog.
Keep driving, and let Him bring revelation in the middle of mist. He knows where you are going and He will get you there.
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Funny you should write about this…recently the Lord brought 2 Cor. 4:16-18..(Therefore we do not lose heart….so we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal) to mind to encourage a friend of mine who is dealing with some pretty difficult circumstances. As I was typing the message to her I sensed the Lord saying this is for you too. Since he gave me that verse there have been periods where I will find myself fretting about various circumstances, especially the care and protection over my new grandbaby. I realize I’m feeling overwhelmed, wanting to find ways to control the circumstances and almost immediately he brings me back to this verse…reminding me HE sees everything and is working in ways I can’t see or imagine. Thank you Lord