And Abraham said, My son, God will provide himself a lamb for a burnt offering: so they went both of them together. Genesis 22:8 KJV
Provide neither gold, nor silver, nor brass in your purse. Matthew 10:9 KJV
I have recently been at a point in my life where I felt like I will do things when I have time. Not that I felt the passion to keep going like I have in the past. I started morning coffee devotions as a daily devotional, and that went good for about two years. Then I found employment and as time went on I found myself getting weary so I posted with less frequency and consistency, which continued right into this year. I tried at many points to resume the daily schedule I had when it started but I could not get myself back into that rhythm.
Fast forward to this week, while I was walking I asked God, “What direction do you want me to go with the writing of morning coffee?” I didn't feel it was coming to an end, I felt there was more to be done, I just needed direction. The answer to my prayer came in the form of a text “U busy?” My friend who proofreads/edits all of my writing for the past year needed some clarification on a devotion I had written before my walk. Long story short I got the direction I needed and so much more. By the end of the phone call we had set up a new writing schedule and framework to work with. As an added bonus she was inspired to write her own devotion and you should have already read her first one.
A. Huneycutt is now a part of MCD and I am excited to see what God does through her. Words can't express how much pressure she has taken off of me. I really was at the edge of closing up shop and pouring one last cup of coffee for you but God provided at the right time. We work seamlessly well together, we know what each of us is thinking 99% of the time. She wrote the opening sentence to this devotion and she saw I had writer's block and knew exactly what to say. It continues to blow my mind how God will place people in your life that don't just work with you but flow with you. I am eternally grateful for A. Huneycutt, her husband and their three children. I would not trade them for the world.
Much love & God bless
(For more understanding please read out of your own bible)