Thursday, December 6, 2012

In God's Own Good Time

I think of time as a parenthesis in God’s eternal sentence. Although He created time, He is not a product of it, “In the beginning God…” He was there before it began. He is outside of time, yet He enters it at will. He comes and goes as He pleases. And you can be sure whenever He does show up, you’ll know He has been there. He always leaves His calling card.

One example of God stepping out of eternity into time was when He brought His Son into the world. We are told, “But when the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son.” Not a day too soon, or a day late, GOD IS ALWAYS ON TIME. You can set your watch by Him. If He hasn’t shown up yet in your particular case, the problem, no doubt, is that your clock is fast!

“They shall not be ashamed that wait for me.”

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