Bible Study & Devotional
Guiding Scripture: Isaiah 7:3 And the Lord said to Isaiah, “Go out to meet Ahaz, you and Shear-jashub your son, at the end of the conduit of the upper pool on the highway to the Washer’s Field.
🔴 GOD KNOWS WHERE WE ARE!
We often say, and it is true, that God sees everything that we do, and He hears everything that we say. Further, He knows our every thought. God is Sovereign!
As I was reading Isaiah 7 for my devotions today, I wanted to ask Ahaz, “What’s wrong with you, dude?” Didn’t you just hear God tell you to ask Him for a sign and that He would prove to you that He would crush your enemies as He promised!!! What’s wrong with you, Ahaz? Are you crazy?” But wait! I had to stop and ask myself, what’s wrong with me? Am I unaware of all the promises God has declared for those who believe in Him and His Word?
Admittedly, I have been facing some challenges with social media and being able to navigate and post, and all else that I need to do with this new entrepreneurship that I have engaged. Why worry? God knows what I need and where I am. When embarking on any project or venture God brings you to, I know that He will carry you through.
God continually provides for our every need.
Just yesterday, He provided me with a top-notch videographer skilled and affluent in social media and much more. God made it possible for her to talk with my team member, who gave her the scope of what I needed. So always pray and ask God for what you want. Do not use it as an excuse as Ahaz did. Ahaz really didn’t want to know what God would say because he didn’t want to communicate with God. Never let anything keep you from hearing and obeying God!
Let’s Pray: Heavenly Father, we thank you for seeing us and knowing where we are and that we can depend on you to lead us and guide us where You want us to go. We as believers are nothing without you and your sovereignty. Evildoers will not thwart your plans; you are just, true, and dependable. We give you honor, glory, and all the praise! Thank you for your Word and our having access to you, and for your perfect timing. Amen
~Diana L.W. Coleman
This devotional was submitted by Diana L.W. Coleman, a loving contributor to Our Given Purpose. Edited by Torrie Slaughter the founder of Our Given Purpose® in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
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