Dear Ones,
Hope you are enjoying the sunshine and watching the snow melt! I am doing some food prep and soon going to the Dollar Store, and doing some packing.
Devotions from Judy’s heart
   We never know what each day holds when we awaken in the morning. But one thing we can be assured, there will be grace enough for whatever happens in our lives. There isn’t a problem that we will have in our day, that is too big for God. He has promised to meet all our needs according to His riches, so no matter what happens we can sink our faith and trust in Him. Paul said in Phil. 4:19, “My God will richly fill your every need in a glorious way through Christ Jesus.” Often times it is the unexpected things that rattle us and we need to quickly shift our focus upward and ask for His help.
   One of the things that seems to get to me is when my computer fails to function right and I know it’s going to take time and help to correct. There have been some minor things wrong with my computer for some time, like the “e” key that sticks and makes me go back and correct all the sentences I write. We have had good virus protection since I got my computer but yesterday a false virus protection tried to block my computer. I was not able to get to the programs I needed in order to write and we ended up going to the Geeks. After some time, a kind young man fixed it and even tried to repair the sticky key but was not able; they have to mail the whole computer in for such problems. Instead, he sent me a few blocks away to a “Computer Doctor” who took the key off and cleaned my whole keyboard and remedied the situation. I was so grateful and along the way Al got his questions answered as well.
   When God meets our needs, he uses all kinds of people and we need to receive help whoever He sends our way. I didn’t care how the Geek was dressed or if he had a good personality, but just appreciated that he could fix my computer. When we pray over a problem in our lives, we can’t be picky of who God will use. It may not be anyone we would choose but He knows best and has a desired outcome for what He wants to accomplish in our lives. He can do far more than we can imagine and whether a small problem like mine or a big problem going on in your life, nothing is too difficult for Him.
Challenge for today: When you waken, give the Lord your day and thank Him that He has everything under control.
Blessings on your day and prayers and love, Judy