No eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no mind has imagined the things that God has prepared for those who love Him. – 1Corinthians 2:9
During the past two months of COVID-19, what have your eyes NOT seen that you wish you could have seen? Maybe you miss seeing a paycheck being deposited into your checking account. Maybe you missed a graduation ceremony or your favorite team taking the field.
For me, I missed seeing my daughter in Nevada over Spring Break and my mom and step-dad last month in Arizona. All my trips have been canceled. All my summer plans are still unknown. I sure yours are too.
So much is still unknown, right? We don’t know when churches will gather again on weekends or sports teams will begin to practice. We don’t know when schools will open or when we’ll ever be able to plan a vacation.
It’s now, in a time with so many unknowns, that I share our final Holy Habit – WALKING AND TALKING WITH GOD.
This week’s message challenges you to WALK AND TALK WITH GOD this week. You’ll learn how to start, what to say, and laugh with God along the way.
Here are three conversational starters to spur you on as you WALK AND TALK WITH GOD.
God, my eye can’t see the future but I can see my blessings today. Here are the things I am most thankful for…
God, I want to hear Your voice and know the plans You have for me. I do love you. What is the next step of faith You have for me?
God, only You know how long this current crisis will last, while I wait how can I learn to love you more?