“If you need wisdom, ask our generous God, and he will give it to you. He will not rebuke you for asking.” James 1:5 (nlt)
Have you ever felt that your prayers are dry? That they bounce off the ceiling as soon as they leave your tongue? During the calm times of life is when my prayers can get lazy. No crisis is going on, so what’s there to pray about? Besides, I’m busy just trying to keep the house clean, get the kids to music lessons, edit the next chapter of my book, buy groceries…etc. Without a crisis to contend with, life is wonderfully uneventful, thank you, Lord.
And I’m a sitting duck.
When I sense that ease, that calm, I consider myself in the eye of the storm. I don’t know what tornado tomorrow might bring.
Check out Brenda’s real-life experience. During the calm, she had no idea what enemy ambush she was preparing for six-months down the road. See how the choices she made while in the eye of the storm paid off. (Go to the experience page or click: His life passed before my eyes)