Only one adequate plan has ever appeared in the world, and that is the Christian dispensation.
John Jay - First US Supreme Court Chief Justice
Wednesday's Word: February 2008

Wednesday's Word

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Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Wednesday's Word - Sign Language

Morning All,
I can only speak for myself, but when I sit and think of the wonderful
complexity of the human heart, mind, and soul, I can't help but praise
God. Here's what I mean, think of your favorite song…can you hear it?
Okay now, think of the last thing that made you laugh out loud or
(ROFLOL for you web-literates), can you see it in your mind?
Now think of the last time you were sure God had forsaken you. We've
all had those times: What do you see and feel inside? When we look
back and reflect on tough times, it's harder to really re-live the
moment because there's joy in our hearts from being delivered from
that moment. The weeping that endures for the night gives way to the
morning. That morning light serves as a sign of God's faithfulness.
If you're in the midst of the 'valley' at this moment, still
realize that God is Faithful. And if you allow Him, not only will He
work the situation out for His Glory and your good (in that order),
but later on, this valley will serve as a sign of your growth and
God's faithfulness.

Here's the Word:
Daniel 4:2-3 I thought it good to shew the signs and wonders that the
high God hath wrought toward me. How great are his signs! and how
mighty are his wonders! His kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and his
dominion is from generation to generation.

Daniel is talking about truly 'miraculous' deliverences that he had
experienced in tough times, but God's faithfulness is the same. We are
indeed fearfully and wonderfully made: Remember the pleasant sounds
that your ears have heard, and remember the beautiful images that your
eyes have seen, but most importantly, don't forget the sign
language…where God shows His Faithfulness to your heart.

In Him,