Wow! That’s the best word to describe the week I had. God worked his magic once again, not exactly the way I would do it yet, it was another phenomenal week never the less!
Monday brought on quite the test when a leaking automobile fuel tank turned into a nightmare threatening the entire neighborhood seeing how kids were playing with fireworks as the 4th of July kicked-in. But God had another plan, and flipped a would be disastrous situation into a blessing.
It’s ironic how God works sometimes, raining on a day we need sunshine, red lights when we’re late for work, getting fired from a job we really enjoyed. We often forget he has a plan for our lives and that the ends justify His means, not ours.
Keeping a smiling face on a cloudy day can be difficult, but let’s remember the gift of life we all have been given and that it can be taken away in a heartbeat. Even death has a purpose, even I have an issue with that having lost my mother to cancer 5 years ago. I still miss her, she was my best friend…
And so, I wanted to convey a simple message this week: When the going gets though, the though trust that the Lord has a plan and we carry on serving Him! Don’t get selfish, get busy! And if it rains on a day you needed some Sun, bring an umbrella, put on a smile and be thankful for it!
Hey! Whatever you do, don’t worry! Keep faith in the Lord and you’ll see, everything is gonna be all right!
We thank you for all that surrounds us, for your love.
We pray you will inspire us to look beyond our own plan
And appreciate challenges you lay before us
Knowing there is always a light at the tunnel’s end
As long as we keep walking in your footsteps.
Lord we pray you’ll keep us safe, healthy and strong
In the week ahead, And that you will look after us
In difficult times guiding us to be more like you.
God please forgive our sins and those of evil ones
So that they too may join your family
Earning eternal life in Heaven through righteousness.
Thank you all mighty God for your presence in our lives.
This message was written by Daniel St.Pierre