by Pastor Tim Burt
The world is filled with many geniuses. If these geniuses don’t know Jesus for who He is, the Savior of the world, then there are things that we know that they don’t. They come up with new science, new inventions, new theories, and new discoveries that are exciting and fascinating. But compared to all that God knows and has created, they are less than crude. We see pins and plates and screws and parts replacing broken down parts of the human body. Yet if you have ever seen the Human Body Exhibit, you see the miraculously and intricately created human body that science could never recreate. From nature, to astrology, to science, to technology, the best efforts of man in their new discoveries and creations only reflect the glory of God and the awesomeness of all that He has created.
Romans 1:20 NLT so excellently articulates this truth saying, “From the time the world was created, people have seen the earth and sky and all that God made. They can clearly see his invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature. So they have no excuse whatsoever for not knowing God.”
The enemy of our soul uses times of adversity to cause us to doubt God’s love and motivation and to question His methods. For Job, it was during a time of hardship, weakness, and discouragement, that he, for the first time, began to question God’s love and everything He believed and trusted regarding Him. God spoke firmly to Job to jar him out of wrong thinking. God brought Job back to the place of reverence and trust by reminding Him that man is man and that He alone is God.
The Lord said much more than this that you can read in Job chapter 38, but the point I want to make is that the wisdom of man in his best day looks ridiculous to the wisdom of Almighty God—the one who is your Heavenly Father and whom loves you so much that He sent Jesus as a gift to you as your Redeemer and helper.
Reading and meditating on the magnificence of God should elevate your faith in Him today. Believe that your present crisis carries no impossibilities or even struggle of effort for the one you declare you love and worship. Instead of being burdened with worry and cares, take David’s advice and do what He did. “Publish His glorious deeds… Tell everyone about the amazing things He does.” (Psalm 96:3 NLT) Think back to what God has done in your life. Retell the testimonies of the great things He has done. Take time to talk with and worship Him for those things. Not only does it glorify God, it builds your faith even as you think and speak of them. Go back and read the miracles of Jesus and all He did. Remember His words, "If you can believe, all things
are possible to him who believes." Mark 9:23 (NKJV)
Remember that God is not a respecter of persons. Meditate on his omnipotence and as you do, faith will rise in your heart. You will have faith and again see God do great things in your life!
Psalm 27:13 NKJV “I would have lost heart, unless I had believed that I would see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living.”
In His Love,
Pastor Tim Burt
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