Read Psalm 139:1-12 below then take 5 minutes to imagine Jesus "already there waiting" for you in your day.
A David Psalm1-6 God, investigate my life; get all the facts firsthand.
I'm an open book to you;
even from a distance, you know what I'm thinking.
You know when I leave and when I get back;
I'm never out of your sight.
You know everything I'm going to say
before I start the first sentence.
I look behind me and you're there,
then up ahead and you're there, too—
your reassuring presence, coming and going.
This is too much, too wonderful—
I can't take it all in!
7-12 Is there anyplace I can go to avoid your Spirit?
to be out of your sight?
If I climb to the sky, you're there!
If I go underground, you're there!
If I flew on morning's wings
to the far western horizon,
You'd find me in a minute—
you're already there waiting!
Then I said to myself, "Oh, he even sees me in the dark!
At night I'm immersed in the light!"
It's a fact: darkness isn't dark to you;
night and day, darkness and light, they're all the same to you.
(From the Message - italics mine)
Take a few deep breaths. Now imagine for a few moments what is yet ahead in your day. It may be something you're looking forward to, or something you dread. If it's true that Jesus is already there waiting and that there's no place you can flee from His presence, then imagine yourself walking into the business meeting, coffee appointment, coming home "alone" or whatever scene rises to the top.
- As you imagine the scene, where do you see Jesus waiting for you?
- Does he have any words for you? How does he respond to seeing you?
- How do you feel knowing that He is already there waiting?
- How do you want to respond to Him?
- As you enter your day now, do you feel any differently about what's ahead? How might you keep your eyes pealed for Him throughout the day?
Join the Unhurried Revolution!