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Devotionals 2009 - 2010

He’s On His Way
April 9, 2009By Ed Wrather

Let not your heart be troubled; you believe in God, believe also in Me. In My Father’s house are many mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you to Myself; that where I am, there you may be also. And where I go you know, and the way you know. - John 14:1-3 NKJV.

Growing up on a farm it was rare to be able to go to town and visit my friends except during school. One of those rare days arrived during the summer when I was ten years old. My Dad was taking the tractor and mower to the big town of Canute, Oklahoma (Population about 500.) to help clean up the empty lots. I was allowed to take my bicycle along and spend the day having fun with my friends.

When the time came to go home, I asked my parents if I could ride my bike home. It was four and a half miles to our farm. They agreed and they would be coming along later. The first mile went fine, but I had to walk up Turkey Creek Hill, and then I noticed both my tires were nearly flat. By the time I had pushed the bike another mile I was hot, tired, and crying. That was when my parents drove up. They could see I was upset and my Dad said, “Didn’t you know we would be coming?” While I had given up, my parents were on their way to pick me up.

Sometimes, most of the time, when bad things happen, we become impatient. All we can see is what is going on in our lives right then. All we can feel is the pain we feel then. What God would want you to know is this: He’s still there, He’s still God, and He still loves you. He’s on His way to pick you up.


Visitor Comments (1)
He's on his Way!
Posted By RNGWIRI on April 10, 2009
"Trust the Lord with all your heart and lean not upon with own understanding but in all your ways acknowledge Him,and He'll direct thy path.......

God's always working behind the scene of our cirmustances.When all seems hopeless,while the horizons looks desperate,we should start "calling things be not as if they are"

The power of confessing the word of God."For faith without work is dead"saying as God says unwaveringly.Let the conditions be what they are,God's promises are Ye, and in Him amen!

His word will not return to Him void.What He's promised will surely come,and we can count on it.
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