"I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth". Psalm 121:1,2
The Psalmist said he would look to the hills to find the Lord when he needed His help. The disciples saw Him in all His splendor and glory on the mountain. We can do the same-- look to the hills and the mountain top to find Him. But while we are trying to find Him in the grand and glorious times on the mountain, and in high and lofty places far above all our problems and troubles, more often than not, we won't find Him there.
The places we find God most often are in the places of difficulty and trial. The disciples found Him in the boat with them during the storm. Daniel found Him in the lion's den that he was thrown into. The three Hebrews found Him in the furnace. The Apostle Paul found Him in a ship during a storm. We can find Him in the valley.
Whatever place of difficulty you are in, whatever storm, whatever trial, if you will look you will find Him there. He stays in the places of our adversity, our pain, our struggles, our suffering and our heartache so that we can find Him anytime we need Him.
Have a great day. You maybe looking for the Lord in all the glorious and easy places-- and you will find Him there. But you will find Him mostly in the hard and difficult places of life.
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Coffee Break is a morning devotional written by Lorraine Ezell
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