Understanding the plans of God, Part two

 
God not only operates on the big God-like level; He also works on the smallest personal level with problems you may think are imperceivable by others. In our family’s travels across the United States we have seen God do miracles in the most inconspicuous locations. These are life-changing to the people they happen to. 

 

Recently, my family went to take our clothes to be dry-cleaned, and I noticed that the woman behind the counter had tears in her eyes. I asked her what was wrong but she didn’t want to talk about it. When I told her that I was a pastor, she opened up and told me her daughter had been having a rough time. One of the doors in their house, which kept the dog from reaching the entire home, was left open when she got home. The living room couch pillows were torn and the wake of destruction was monumental. On top of that, there was an argument about who had left the door open.

 

I told her, “The Lord is going to give your daughter a job.” I let her know God was going to fix everything, fulfill all of her dreams, and how important communication with God is. 

 

When I went back to the cleaners to pick up our clothes a few days later, the lady was so happy to see me. She told me the first day she couldn’t talk about what I had said to her daughter. But on the second day, the lady told her daughter a man had come to her shop and said that she was going to get a job. Within two days, her daughter had found work and her whole demeanor had changed! We have since heard that her daughter is so happy and doing very well. The lady at the cleaners waved her hand towards the sky and said that her whole life had been opened to see that God was concerned about her family and their lives. She was now determined to talk to Jesus every day!

 

We are realizing God not only does miracles to change nations, but He also touches personal details in lives in the smallest of ways. One of the reasons we pray daily is because God is concerned about the littlest things concerning you.
Sent in love,
Pastor Richard Gazowsky
By Gazowsky

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