I’m sure I’ve talked about some of this recently. Oh well. Haha.

What do you do when you are hidden in plain sight? Or hidden out of sight out of mind?

What do you do when you know there is a there that feels so far away?

What do you do when you are in a wilderness?

What do you do when you are being prepared?

There are a host of examples in the Bible who knew or had an inkling of where they were going.

Abraham. Moses. Joshua. Esther. David. Joseph.

There are those who experienced some things and then ran or stepped back. Or wanted to. Or it just looked flat out crazy.

Elijah. Elisha. Jeremiah. Hosea. Nehemiah. Job.

It was lonely. It was hard. They were isolated. They questioned themselves and God. They felt unworthy. They were unsure.

But something took place while they were on their way. They developed a relationship with God. They developed faith that allowed the glory of God to be put on display. They became examples of diamonds in human form.

I doubt I’m alone in a hard place. But, I have joy. I may not like it or be happy. Those are feelings. The state of mind and being is resolute in knowing who is in control.

I don’t know how, when, or where. But we’ve got history. I’ve got a book full of His history. I’m gonna focus my eyes on Him, on the altar I built (Build An Altar) not what it looks or feels like.

He’s got this and I trust him. Thanks Pastor Michael Todd.


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