I had an interesting perspective at Beth Moore's Living Proof Live conference back in May. My special seats afforded me a clear view of wires. Lots of them.
Can you see the two thick bunches of cables coming down from the ceiling? There must have been at least three dozen individual cords in each bunch. Each of the cable ropes connected up to the ceiling, and then fed into the blue cage. You can track the cage across the arena ceiling at the top of the photo. The cage then opened just above the center stage, where the ropes were freed. The ropes then dangled to the stage and were plugged in somewhere below the stage.
Who, I wondered, is in charge of making sure everything is connected? Looking to my right, I found this guy.
Okay, there’s always someone behind the scenes, right? We know he’s done a great job only when we manage to forget he’s even there.
Prayers are a familiar go-to response when life goes poorly. Kind of like when one of the wires gets unplugged.
But what about when life goes well? Could I still remember who’s behind the scenes, keeping all the cables connected properly?
I woke up. Early. God did that.
I have a bed to sleep in. Comfy. God did that.
I have food in my fridge. Plenty. God did that.
I received another annual “we analyzed your mammogram results and there is nothing wrong” letter. Relieved. God did that.
My husband is the love of my life and best friend. Always. God did that.
My children continue to bless my life. Abundantly. God did that.
I can read the Bible. Anytime. God did that.
I can pray and connect with God. Again.
God always does a great job behind the scenes. Even when I’ve forgotten He is there.