BEYOND CONFINEMENT

BEYOND CONFINEMENT

Who knows but that you have come to your royal position for such a time as this!
Have you ever had specific words or numbers pop out in a way that makes you stop and take notice?Recently I awoke in the middle of the night and glanced at the clock. It was 3:33. Three 3s? Hmmm.

Suddenly my thoughts went to Jeremiah 33:3Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.

With everything going on in our country and around the world due to COVID19, I felt moved to pray until drifting back to sleep.

Opening my Bible the next morning, I turned to Jeremiah to gain greater insight.

Chapter 33 begins—While Jeremiah was still confined. . . Now the Lord really had my attention!

While Jeremiah was still confined in the courtyard of the guard, the word of the Lord came to him a second time: ‘This is what the LORD says, he who made the earth, the LORD who formed it and established it—the LORD is his name: “Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.”‘ Jeremiah 33:1-3

During this time of quarantine and confinement, God desires to have a rich dialog with His people. He has much to say concerning the state of our individual lives and the nations—if we will listen.

God is waiting for us to ask Him our heartfelt questions—and in turn He promises to reveal deep truths. 

Take time in stillness to seek Him and listen to what He’s speaking to your heart. He is waiting for your call!

Where do you struggle to trust that God actually cares about your questions?

Are there places where you might be missing the answers or revelation He is giving you?

What is the most heartfelt question you’d like to ask Him today?

Trust in God’s sovereignty and unfailing love as you humbly seek Him during these unprecedented times.

The one who always listens to me will live undisturbed in a heavenly peace. Free from fear, confident and courageous, you will rest unafraid and sheltered from the storms of life. Proverbs 1:33

By guest contributor Mary Soler.
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