I don’t know what God is doing

6 Jul

I don’t know what God is doing, but I am up for whatever.  Today in service Pastor Nathan talked about the power we have in Jesus and read the verse from John 14 when Jesus told His disciples that they would do the same and even greater things than Him [because they would receive the Holy Spirit when He left].  We followed the sermon by singing the words “the same power that conquered the grave lives in me.”  These are intense words that make me uncomfortable because it calls me to so much more in my life.

What is God wanting to do through me that I have been stifling because I simply don’t believe He can do great things through me?  What would my life look like if I genuinely woke up everyday knowing that the Spirit’s power is working in me?

Today 2 people obeyed God and blessed me.  At 2 seperate services, 2 women came to me in tears, telling me that they were scared but just felt they needed to listen to God and pray for me, both about getting pregnant. One woman, without even knowing my name asked, “Are you wanting to be pregnant?” 

My response?  “Um… lets have a seat.”

I don’t know what God is doing.  I don’t know why he sent 2 strangers to me today to pray for me. 

To these women, thank you for listening to God today.  You were used and I was blessed.

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2 Responses to “I don’t know what God is doing”

  1. Cristine July 6, 2009 at 6:13 p07 #

    Wow! That is an amazing story!!

  2. Tricia Boganwright (Mom) July 7, 2009 at 6:13 p07 #

    I am still trying to get my mind around the Spirit that raised Jesus living in me. It’s an amazing and awesome thought–no–it’s the truth and reality. Oh, if all of God’s children would live in the daily reality of this truth–the world would be set on fire. Oh, Lord, start with me!!! Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Of course, I am praying for you as well regarding what those two sweet women shared with you!

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