“I saw the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up; and the train of his robe filled the temple.”
I saw the Lord…
What’s your story? How have you seen the Lord in your life? When have you seen His hand carry you, His provision sustain you, His love overwhelm you, His power heal you, His glory splash over you, His light surround you, His promises comfort you, His peace hold you? When have you felt the stirring of His voice, His gentle whisper, even His loving correction?
It’s time for I Saw That, Too!
Your stories! Your interaction with the Father who loves you, the Savior who pursues you, the One who fills you. What are your “I saw that” moments? Choose one or two that you think might fill a brother or sister with hope or strength or courage, and let’s testify together of God’s faithfulness!
If you are unfamiliar with my first book, I Saw That, you can order it from any online or retail bookstore, or click here for my publisher’s link. Hard cover, paperback, and e-book are all available.
So… what are you waiting for?
Leave a comment. Share your story.
Don’t be shy… Give Him glory! 🙂
Rules for story submissions:
1. Prayerfully consider what God would have you share.
2. Please make sure that whatever you choose to share fits our theme: Recognizing those moments when God intervenes in your life!
3. Negative or hurtful situations are often where the impossible meets the miraculous, so please feel free to share those parts of your story as they are often the stage upon which God’s glory is displayed. However, if they include other people, please use the discretion and respect you would want if it was your own mistake someone else was writing about. Those people may change… let us not make their path to healing any more difficult. If you have doubts, we can discuss it further when needed. May we make Psalm 19:14 our prayer every day, but especially when addressing those moments: “Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in Your sight, O LORD, my Rock and my Redeemer.”
4. I am new at this! I still have much to learn, but I also know the leap of faith is often the place to start learning. Please bear with me. I will need your mercy and grace (and likely even advice!) as I set out on this new journey.
Blessings, dear ones! And may God give you daily reason to say, “I saw that!”