“I don’t do things in isolation. 

It’s all connected” – Father

One of my favorite verses to review and meditate on in my ministry of prophetic intercession is Isaiah 46:9-11:

Remember the former things, those of long ago; I am God, and there is no other; I am God, and there is none like me.
I make known the end from the beginning,
from ancient times, what is still to come.
I say: My purpose will stand,
and I will do all that I please.
From the east I summon a bird of prey;
from a far-off land, a man to fulfill my purpose.
What I have said, that will I bring about;
what I have planned, that will I do.

From the beginning to the end of time, Father has His plans and purposes


And He’s God so nothing can thwart them. (Is 14:27)

When you’re standing looking at a spider web, it’s easy to see that the threads are connected.  When you’re walking through your journey of life; it can be hard at times to see the connections — especially when it comes to those mind-blowing, gut-wrenching, heartbreaking chapters of our lives.

We know that heaven will reveal how the promise of Romans 8:28-29 played out in every situation and circumstance of our lives.  For Father wastes nothing: He works it all for our good and His glory.  He uses it to make us more like Jesus.

So in “the now,” how does that bring us comfort and hope to carry on?

Comfort and hope come in choosing to see through eyes of faith what Father orchestrates in our lives as connected rather than isolated circumstances.  In looking at our lives as divinely-woven webs, rather than random throws at a dart board; we find His comfort and hope in increasing measure.


Anticipate the rainbow every time

(Is 25:1,9)

Photos on Flickr by Marcelo Tourne and rwangsa

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