An Invasion of the God-Kind

Have you ever awakened in the middle of the night and not known why? Maybe you’ve been out running errands by yourself and suddenly someone’s name comes to mind. You’re perplexed as to why that certain name popped in your head at that time. When these interruptions happen in my life, I believe it’s the Holy Spirit speaking to me, telling me to pray for that certain someone or something. I was out earlier this evening going to gas up my ride. Ok, confession time, first time in a long time I let it get down to 15 miles left before empty. I’m not sure why I let it get so low but nonetheless, I prayed for grace all of the way to the gas station and thank God, I made it! You see, on the way there my focus was ALL about actually making it there without running out of gas. However, on the way home, the Holy Spirit abruptly caught my attention. I was thinking about the elk hamburgers that my husband Brady was cooking at home for dinner. Then, I was thanking God for blessing me with such a godly man as my husband and a father to Abram and Callie and then, I thought how rare it is these days to find such a man. My heart began to break for my single friends. I was urged to pray for them right then and to remember them every day in my prayers.

The world is becoming more and more dangerous and treacherous. So many times I hear of Christian men and women seeking love in the wrong places. This kind of love is a short cut, a quick fix and will never be everlasting. This is not the kind of love our Father in Heaven desires for us. As Christians, we should desire the things of our God, right? God desires to bless us with His very best. It may take 5, 10, 15, 20 yrs or more waiting for His very best; therefore, we can’t give up. We can’t surrender to a quick fix that is not His best. God cannot bless when He’s not the provider.

My prayer for my single friends and singles everywhere searching for the ‘right one’:

May you stay strong and disciplined. May He give you the patience and courage you need to wait on His best and not give in to a quick fix and may He overwhelm you with peace while you wait. Most importantly, may you understand the undeniable, everlasting love your Father has for you and that your joy comes from Him and no other can fulfill all that He has for you.

3 Responses to “An Invasion of the God-Kind”

  • Julie says:

    Thank you so much for your prayers! Habakkuk 2:3 continues to bring me back on track and bring me hope as I wait, but it’s not always easy. I so appreciate you and your wonderful leadership!

  • Sarah Prater says:

    Thank you so much for the prayers and for the example you set for all women… You are a true insperation to me!!!! I have only been in Co for a few months so it is nice to find someone to look up to! Your example to me about the holy spirit and prayer help me to be more aware of what is around me…. Thanks again!!!

  • Sarah Leverett says:

    No coincidence that I just read this today! Even as I look back and see that you wrote this back in August, today is the day that I needed to hear the message. Thank you for being God’s willing servant, Pam, and stopping to pray for all the single Christians you know, of whom I am one! On the last day of this month, it will 6 years since my non-believer ex-husband walked out on me and our 4 children. I have heard your prayer and will re-commit to waiting on God’s perfect Jeremiah 29:11 timing. Bless you!!

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