fmf {real}

Today is Friday.
I join with many others, writing without worry.
Writing for fun.
Writing just for me and no one else the first thing that comes to mind when I see the word…


I wrote this week about how the Lord has revealed to me my story. My story parallels that of the Isrealites who were on this cycle of believing, complaining & wrestling, not believing and then back to believing again. Essentially they were struggling with the idea of REAL. Was God real? Is God real?
Was the light & fire really being provided by God? This person that Moses had seen and sat and talked with?
How could they know except to see the glow on the face of Moses when he came down from meeting with God?

They just had to believe and trust and have faith that the One that was providing for every.basic.need they had was true.
The same goes for me.
I have to believe in God. I have to believe that He is real and He will do what He says He will do.
But, like Moses and Joshua waiting for the Presence to be revealed, I might have to wait six days.
I might just have to sit and know that He is there, He is moving, He is acting in His time.
and know that He is real.


2 thoughts on “fmf {real}

  1. It all boils down to trust, doesn’t it? And trust is hard. It’s easier to “trust God” when we feel like we’re in control, but the moment we realize God is in control–not us–we start to doubt. Good thoughts there.

  2. Is God real?….a very important, pivotal ?…because if God is real, my life has immeasurable value and purpose, but if not….well, I don’t want to think about that…great post.

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