Generation after generation stands in awe of your work; each one tells stories of your mighty acts. Psalm 145:4 Message
I’ve noticed a shift on what my overriding request is nowadays when I pray for the people the Lord places on my heart. It’s not so much that God would fix their problem or change their circumstances. Although, I do request that too. 😉 But, more than anything else, the cry of my heart is that they feel His presence.
Lord, make Your presence undeniable in their lives and in their circumstance.
Comfort them with Your presence. Strengthen them with Your presence. Guide them with Your presence.
It dawned on me recently one of the reasons why this is so important to me.
It’s the legacy my mom left to me.
I’ve shared with you all before the letter my mom left in her Bible for us to find and read after she died. The letter was titled Not Alone.
I’ve often wondered, out of all the last words she could have chosen to leave us, why those? The longer I live, the more I understand.
His Presence in our lives means everything!
When we grasp hold of Him with all our heart, then even if our circumstances don’t change and even when life does not follow the plan we have…it’s okay. In fact, it’s more than okay. What He is able to supply us and what He is able to guarantee us is infinitely bigger!
More than anything, I want this Truth to be the one the my son grasps too.
Question: How does His certain presence help you even when your trial or circumstances don’t change?
I am excited to be linking up with Shari from Leaving A Legacy today!