Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Monthly archive
- April 2021
I became a Christian about 250 feet below the surface of the Mediterranean Sea onboard the nuclear-powered submarine USS Lewis and Clark (SSBN 644) in the early 1970s.
This verse became particular meaningful to me during the COVID-19 pandemic, because this crisis, and the other crises plaguing our world today, are sure signs of Jesus’ soon return.
Naomi’s love for God was apparent in her daily living, acceptance of her situation and the hope she placed in Him.
Sometimes we stray away from God, but He searches for us when we are lost because He loves us and cares about us.
While I was worrying, God was working.
This inspired counsel has helped me safely navigate many storms and winds of doctrine that have buffeted the Remnant Church during my 45 years as a member and 20 as a pastor.
Although it has been a rough time for me, God gave me the strength to get through those times, and this verse has helped me a lot.
With current events unfolding in increasingly tragic ways, this verse remains a deeply concise picture of God’s love for us.
This verse reminds me of the runaway Cardinal chick and humanity. When we have needs, we cry out to God, and He answers us in His own time and way.
One morning, God stopped me with this verse: “Be still and know that I am God.” He said: Gabrielle. What’s your hurry? Why are you worried? I have you and your family in the palm of My hand. Be still and breathe. I have you.