Life Goes On

This is my first blog post employment. Actually I'll be at the church officially for another week and a half, but, for all practical purposes, I'll be using that time to pack the office, and clean out the clutter. I think I've finally come to terms with the fact that for the first time since high school, I soon will not be gainfully employed. That is kinda scary. However, I've been reading in 2 Samuel about some of the experiences that David went through (some of his own making) and I'm beginning to get a better grasp of how God works in the midst of adversity. I"ve also been praying and meditating through the 23rd Psalm. I'm especially intrigued by the passage, "He prepares a table before me in the presence of my enemies; He anoints my head with oil; my cups runs over.". James Maxwell interprets that to mean that God Himself will vindicate us by blessing us in the presence of those who have mis-used us. I like that. As a matter of fact, I'm counting on it.

Comments

oherninc said…
Bill, I love and appreciate both you and Rae! Robert
Hi Bill -

Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting.

I've been through this situation more than once. I'm glad God is an expert at turning what the enemy means for evil around for our good. After the last bout of unemployment, the Lord opened a door at a company 10 minutes from home with people and work I very much enjoy. Praying the Lord will give you the desires of your heart in this situation.

Blessings,
Susan

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