March 31, 2017/Weather Or Not You Want to Believe It

No, that isn’t a typo. I really DO know how to spell weather and whether.

English is a difficult language. If you have ever spent time trying to learn another language and the rules of grammar that are required, you ‘should’ figure out rather quickly that learning English isn’t easy for others. Other languages have specific rules about feminine and masculine identifiers and terms. To put it bluntly, they are often a lot easier once you get the ‘hang’ of those rules.

English, however, breaks normal rules a lot. English has tear (a droplet from your eye); tear (to rip something). It has ‘to’, ‘too’, and ‘two’ to confuse you. While we are raised with this, those who wish to learn our language having grown up speaking their own find us confusing.

Thankfully, God is never confused as we can see by these verses from Proverbs.

Proverbs 3: 19 & 20-The Lord by wisdom hath founded the earth; by understanding hath he established the heavens. By his knowledge the depths are broken up, and the clouds drop down the dew.

Our Lord has the wisdom, understanding, and knowledge of all things. He created our world so He knows all the rules of how things behave. We bobble around space, held in place by something we don’t see, expecting to see the sun rise in the mornings and set at night.

We bask in the glow of the hot ball of gas that gleams in our sky, but we have another Son (Jesus) we proclaim as our focal point. Christians have no need to wonder ‘whether’ God is in control of the weather…we know that Jesus is our guiding star. He outshines every rock star, every heavenly star, and every kind of weather known on earth.

There is no ‘whether’ about it.

Our God is in control!




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