“But a mist used to rise from the earth and water the whole surface of the ground” (Gen 2:6)
There was a fog over Effurun this morning. I do not really like it. I was waiting for the sun to clear it away. But then, the Holy Spirit reminded me that in all things I should be grateful to God. Before rain came on earth, God used fog (or midst) to water the ground… This is like an upside down miracle of blessing the earth. If you are like me, I do not like upside down things, even if they are good, and even if they are a miraculous blessing. I want the rain to come down from the sky, water the earth and quickly go away. I do not like this mysterious midst coming from bellow, speaking thru silence and covering my vision like with dust. This midst is a reminder that God (and not me) is in control of this earth and He can bless it any way He likes it. This morning, as I am reminded of the greatness of the Elohim Creator God, Him who has no rival, I bow at His feet and worship…
This is my new song: During fog time, rain or brighter days, I worship Him who reveals Himself to whom He wants and who withdraws Himself at times (like thru fog)… that we may long for Him, for His sunshine smile and for His ever fresh satisfying Living Word…Glory!
(In the picture taken from my window, a glimpse of Effurun foggy sky)