Do you know anyone better at multi-tasking?

As humans, we only do so much at a time. God has made us different in many ways.

Some can only handle one task at a time. I have met some people who get so lost in a book that they do not see or hear anything around them. Those who are laser-focused and great at getting one job done well can then move on to the next, but they cannot handle multiple tasks.

Then, some can read a book, make supper, do laundry, and plan for the projects.  And they get it done. Impressive in my eyes. I can do some, but I usually need to remember about the laundry.

God, on the other hand, can multi-task and put us all to shame. He sees everyone worldwide and can put things into motion, which is beyond my comprehension. How He does that, then HE IS GOD.

When He called Noah to build the ark, all the supplies and animals were there. How about making sure the “Big Fish” was where it needed to be for Jonah? Oh, then, in the New Testament, having the lady with the issue of Blood to be at the right place when Jesus passed by to bring her healing.

God sets us up every day with people, places, or things that cross our paths. We need to look for them—to look and see a beautiful sunrise, to be in the right place to help someone in a store, or to give an encouraging word.

God “sets you up.” He saw your need along with all the others in the world, and He made a way.

Thanks, GOD, for being the multi-tasker who sees me and meets my needs.

Pastor Mary

Mary Yaw

Mary is on a mission to provide a cozy welcoming, safe place where you can find H.O.P.E. for the future.