“Look at the birds of the air, for they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feeds them.” (Matthew 6:26)
The longest migration by a bird is undertaken by the Arctic tern. It breeds in the Arctic North in the summer, then flies a circuitous route of up to 15,000 miles to the other pole to spend winter on the Antarctic Ice Pack. Regardless of their species, in every case of relocation for repopulation and replenishment, birds neither toil nor work. They are always in the right place at the right time to experience God’s surprising supplies. If God does that for birds, what more will He do for people who make themselves available, dependent, and faithful unto Him?
In Living in the In-Between Times, Pastor Ralph Douglas West brings the story of the Old Testament prophet Samuel to life, showing you how God speaks in your “in betweens” and what it looks like to live faithfully in these seasons of waiting and wondering.
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