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Just Enough

Today’s guest post is from Cindy Cannon. Enjoy!

moonThe heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands – Psalm 19:1

Recently while traveling to the hospital, one very early morning, for my dad’s surgery, I noticed something interesting in the sky. The moon was just a quarter moon, but I could plainly see the entire moon. Only a sliver of it was displaying light. It was something that I had never noticed before. It simply appeared as if the Lord had put a piece of cloth or a piece of paper over most of the moon, covering the light. The more I gazed upon the moon, the more I realized that we, too, can be like the moon; sometimes we only display a sliver of light. God has so much to offer us, yet we only want a sliver. If we seek him or ask for the whole thing, we might be asked to sacrifice or be uncomfortable. Sometimes I think we want to seek God and get just enough of him; just enough of God to take away the pain in our lives, just enough to bless us, just enough to see him, but not too much. If we get too much of God, we might do something crazy, like giving something up to help someone else.

God so desires that we seek him! Matt 6:33, tell us to seek him and all these things shall be added unto us. Luke 12:31 tells us to seek the kingdom of God above all else, and he will give us everything we need. What joy and peace we have in this promise. If we seek him first; he will give us everything we NEED. Maybe not everything we WANT, but he will provide for our NEEDS. Often we seek ourselves first, and give God what is left at the end of each day or each week. If we could only see that he wants us to seek Him first. Oh, how he wants to pour out his spirit upon us.

My heart rejoiced as I looked up in the sky and noticed the work on the Master’s hand, how the sky was proclaiming and declaring he is God. No other can hang the moon in perfection. The next time you are out late at night or early in the morning, take a few minutes to just look up and behold the work of his hands, he wants to do work in your life. He wants our lives to be a “full moon” displaying the light of him in us. Search your heart this morning, do you seek him first? Is your life a full moon or a quarter moon? Seek him first and see what beauty can come from it!

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