His Glory

I have come to a realization.  It's taken me awhile.  Some weeks ago while I was praying I made
a commitment to God to glorify Him no matter the cost.  In light of all that has happened in the
last couple of weeks, it has occurred to me that this was my opportunity to glorify God.  Okay I
know I sound like a fanatic, well I reckon I am.
I remember hearing that some of the young people, who were killed at the YWAM, made the same
commitment.  The result was phenomenal.  I wanted to make a similar impact.
I think to die would have been easier (I am not suicidal - it is definitely not God glorifying).  But
God definitely gets all the glory.  How He gets glorified through this is a mystery to me, but he
knows.
I also realize that these situations puts Janet and me in the position where we have no choice but to
rely on God.  I'm not a real handy person, but I do like to fix things myself, and now there is nothing
I can do to fix this situation.
I have spent a lot of time agonizing over this and wondering what I had done wrong and all the time
what I was doing wrong was focusing on the situation and not God.  Now I know it is time to rejoice
in what God is doing in my life.  May he have the glory and honor forever.


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