Lessons from God

I’m home now. Next time I go visit my daughter I may check out the train system. Either that or I’ll start working out so I can run from one end of the airport to the other, carrying a 20 lb. backpack without getting winded. 😃 The trip was well worth the hassles of flying home. ❤
Last year when I mentioned riding to school with her, she said, “No!” and I pictured her as a little girl, pouting, crossing her arms, and telling me, “I can do it myself, Mom!”
Thankfully, this year she didn’t seem like she needed to be quite as independent and was able to make room for me and my luggage in her stuffed car. She even asked me to stay longer ❤
I’ll keep you posted on Lynn as I get updates. Please keep praying. It isn’t looking good. She is a Christ-follower, though.

Things I learned on my trip
When I thought my computer had been hacked because I accidentally left it on and connected to the unsecured wi-fi, I thought:
“Unplug from worldly things. Plug into Jesus, instead.”

When I watched the clouds roll by as Beth drove, I mostly saw animal figures. They were either lying on their backs as if being submissive or gathering others in their arms as if being protective. I thought:
“Submit to Jesus. He will protect you and keep you.”

Finally, the literal signs along the way said:
“Talk to God the way Jesus did.”
“Talk to everyone as if they were Jesus.”
“Jesus is the answer to all of your problems.”

Everything is revealed to us in God’s perfect timing. Pray and ask Him whatever you need to know.

He has made everything beautiful in its time. Also, he has put eternity into man’s heart, yet so that he cannot find out what God has done from the beginning to the end.
Ecclesiastes 3:11 ESV

Please join me this week in praising God for His perfect timing. Let’s pray for the peace and assurance we can derive from knowing that God is in control, that He will answer all of our prayers according to His plan.