Going through a troubling season? The trials of life can damage our souls, but there is great hope to be found in the Lord. Listen in to this week’s NavigateLife for encouragement from Psalm 23 on how God brings restoration in difficult times.
Our first season of NavigateLife segments comes to a close with this installment. If you have received encouragement from these messages, we would love to hear from you. Email and let us know if God has used these words to speak into your life.
Yesterday, Howard Earle, Jr. from New Hope Missionary Baptist Church reminded us that God is an “on time” God.
He referenced the following song that I thought was worth posting, along with the lyrics, if you have never heard it before. This version is sung by American gospel singer Dottie Peoples.
There are several situations right now at church where we are asking God to show up and do a miracle. This week, this song is a heartfelt prayer for you to have faith all the way to Mount Moriah because God will show up right on time.
All is well,
On time God, yes, He is.
He may not come when you want Him,
but He’ll be there right on time
I tell ya He’s an on time God, yes, He is.
You can ask the children of Israel, trapped at the Red Sea
by that mean old Pharaoh and his army.
They had water all around them,
and Pharaoh on their track,
from out of nowhere, God stepped in
and cut a highway just like that.
You can ask the five thousand hungry souls He fed,
on the banks of the river
with two fish and five loaves of bread.
What a miracle, He performed for the multitude,
oh, what He did way back then,
He’ll do today for me and you.
Have you ever wanted a personal shepherd? Someone to guide you in making the right decisions? This week on NavigateLife, we find that the Lord can be our personal shepherd, guiding us just as he did David so many years ago.
Sometimes we float through life on autopilot, but what are we failing to notice? Has God called us to more, but we miss out because we just can’t be stopped? Listen in to this week’s NavigateLife, as we discuss withholding good from others in the midst of our busyness.