Jeremiah 32.17 – Ah, Sovereign Lord, you have made the heavens and the earth by your great power and outstretched arm. Nothing is too hard for you.
Mission impossible. Mission accomplished. The Thai cave boys and the coach were rescued yesterday. I was so happy when I heard the news. It made my heart joyful. I had prayed for those boys, for the coach, for the rescue workers to be safe and to come out safe. A miracle happened. I managed to downsize some of my personal belongings. Managed to let go of some old stuff to embrace the new. I managed to shut my suitcase today. Cleaned my room.
For the past few days I have been waiting for my parcel. And I was really afraid that the parcel would not arrive before I left. But nothing is too difficult for God to manage. A camera was in the parcel. My camera – my new companion on this journey called life.
Tomorrow I go from my cave in Dublin onto new journeys. It wasn’t what I had planned, it wasn’t what I was looking for. But I guess maybe this is what God had planned out for me? Who knows. It will be a long day. But hopefully my next location will be a place of deep inner healing, restoration, new friendships. Who knows?
It seems like it will be a hard day for me tomorrow. But I am trusting that God will be by my side. That it will work out for me. That I won’t be alone on this journey, and that many people will be praying along side me and that they will help make my desire of establishing a ministry become a reality.
So farewell – Dublin.
Dear Lord – please bless me as I embark on this new journey. Help me to embrace this new life. Thank you for making the impossible happen. I praise your holy name. Amen.