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DEVO 06.05.24


DEVO. 06.05.24

“This I declare about the Lord: He alone is my refuge, my place of safety; he is my God, and I trust him.” (‭‭Psalms‬ ‭91‬:‭2‬ ‭NLT‬‬)


- One of the biggest things that I learned during my mission trip to Kenya was that every believer needs to have a “You Alone” moment!

- A very vulnerable moment where, if God doesn’t come through, you are stuck!

- A moment where the answer cannot come from human hands.

- The answer has to be “divine intervention!”

- It forces you to NOT step in and do it yourself, because you can’t!

- My first moment like this was when I had left my backpack, with all of my teaching material, and all of my supplies, in the backseat of the taxi cab when he dropped me off at the airport.

- By the time I had realized that I left it, it was too late.

- This was a “You Alone” moment.

- The majority of people did not speak my language.

- Henry, my cab driver, was gone.

- I was getting on a plane to fly to Kisumu.

- I decided to go to the front of the airport and pray.

- It was a desperate prayer

- It was a prayer that said, “This is totally ridiculous but, God, you alone are my answer”

- I was out on the curb, praying out loud, “God bring my backpack to me”

- It wasn’t an immediate answer but within 10-15 minutes, my cab driver, Henry, came running with my backpack in his hand.

- Can I tell you that the odds of that backpack getting back to my hands are ridiculous!

- It’s been over a week and I still marvel over it.

- It was a “God alone” moment and it will forever be marked on my heart.

- From the very beginning of that trip, God said, “I’ve got your back!”

- My question for you is, when was the last time that you had a “God alone” situation?

- When was the last time that you took your hands off of something and let God do it?

- It was a divine moment and we all need that.

- It was a moment where I felt like I was standing on holy ground and we all need those moments as well.

- I also realize that if I didn’t step out on that curb and pray, most likely I would never have seen that backpack again.

- It was my “natural self” stepping out and calling on the “Supernatural One” that discovered a place where His “Super” touches our “Natural” and produces Supernatural!

- It’s not something that we can manufacture or produce but it is something that we can recognize and acknowledge.

- Today, pray and ask God to touch you “Natural life” with His “Supernatural Hand” and watch and wait!

- He alone is your God and you can trust Him!

- Have a great Wednesday!

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