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Mar 29

Lord, it is starting to seem just a bit odd to write on this blog any longer, although it does seem that I should not give it up or anything. It’s just that I am so much more close to constantly in contact with you, all times of the day and night, and reading your Word on my phone throughout the day, that it seems almost too formal and even a tiny bit forced to write a prayer blog, lol. Still, the discipline seems good for me, and who knows if it reaches anyone out there that may be helped by it in some small way. So I type on… LOL 😛

 
Ezekiel 13:10-16 ERV

“Again and again those false prophets lied to my people. They said there would be peace, but there is no peace. The people need to fix the walls and prepare for war. But they only slap a thin coat of plaster over the broken walls. 
Tell them that I will send hail and a strong rain. The wind will blow hard, and a tornado will come. Then the wall will fall down. 
When the wall falls down, the people will ask the prophets, ‘What happened to the plaster you put on the wall?'” 
The Lord GOD says, “I am angry and I will send a storm against you. I am angry and I will send a strong rain. I am angry and I will make hail fall from the sky and completely destroy you! 
You put plaster on the wall, but I will destroy the whole wall. I will pull it to the ground. The wall will fall on you, and then you will know that I am the LORD. 
I will finish showing my anger against the wall and those who put plaster on it. Then I will say, ‘There is no wall, and there are no workers to put plaster on it.’ 
“All these things will happen to the false prophets of Israel. They speak to the people of Jerusalem and say there will be peace, but there is no peace.” This is what the Lord GOD said. 

 
Lord, I thank you for the beautiful, invigorating, tornado-spawning storm that came through here about two o’clock this morning. Thank you for the peace I had, able to enjoy the spectacle of your might from underneath the covering of your wings. Thank you for helping me to just keep my mouth shut and get dressed and ready for action, if only to set my husband’s mind at ease and show him my support and willingness. Thank you for the deep, restful sleep we enjoyed as the storm died down, and thank you for the beautiful sunshine this morning. Truly you are amazing, Lord, both in your power and in your mercy. Thank you for giving me a chance to know and love you. 😀

 

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