Yesterday evening, a group of us gathered together on a ranch. The purpose was to seek His face, with no agenda other than to experience His Glory.
As we worshipped, I felt the Lord impress upon me to make out a list of desires and present needs to surrender at His feet. I also felt I was to revisit the list and write out the testimonies of what God did the following week. As I wrote it out, I felt my faith increase, and I truly expected His hand to move upon each item listed.
Have you ever felt as if a situation became worse the moment you began to make it your focus in prayer?
I have. In fact, I felt that way this morning.
When I awoke, it wasn’t long before I saw several of the items attacked, and for a moment my heart was discouraged. Until . . .
I made the decision to not let what I saw affect my faith.
I prayed once more and surrendered it all at His feet, as I did yesterday evening. I took a look from a new angle.
Instead of seeing my prayers as the reason for the attacks, I realized that perhaps . . .
God knew the attacks were going to come, so He gave me the strategies ahead of time to prepare my heart to stand firm and believe for victory.
We need God’s eyes. We need to see things from His point of view.
So, before we ever make an assumption on what He is doing . . .
All we have to do is ask for His perspective.