orchestrate: – to arrange or manipulate, especially by means of clever or thorough planning or maneuvering:
Sustenance in the Midst of Drought
A poor Zarephath widow had perhaps, married well but her husband died unexpectedly, leaving her to cater for their only son. God saw her. She had done all she could to provide for her young son, perhaps worked 3 jobs. But now that the economy had tanked, she soon found herself preparing their last meal. God orchestrated that she get the honor of sustaining his prophet Elijah, and that her food bank never ran dry. Even her son was raised from the dead. (1 Kings 17). God was not asleep, He was orchestrating…
God Ain’t Sleeping
It makes no sense, you say. You’ve prayed, you’ve done all you know to do but it still appears as though sustenance has been withdrawn from an area of your life. Is God awake? You bet! God never sleeps. He is on your case. As you read this, He is orchestrating something grand for His glory. I don’t know about you, but I know His strength is made perfect in my weakness. As dry as it looks around me, I hear the sound of an abundant rain. Do you hear it too? Do you believe that the master orchestrator is at work on your behalf?
PS: Two lessons here: 1. If you are not yet married, choose right. 2. Your current lack of sustenance in an area of life, is proof that God is pulling an all-niter, orchestrating something grand for you.
Behold, He that keepeth Israel neither slumbers nor sleep – Psalm 121:4