17 Tuesday Jan 2017
“Trust in the Lord forever, for the Lord, the Lord Himself, is the Rock eternal.”
Isaiah 26:4 NIV
Every time I’m sure I’m at the end of my rope, God gives me more.
And I rediscover all over again that He’s the keeper of the rope. He’s the giver of the rope. He’s the maker of the rope.
He is the rope.
He is my hope, my peace, my breath, my life.
He never lets me fall.
Oh, I’ve come close. You know that scene in the first Mission Impossible where Tom Cruise hangs from a cable and absolutely cannot touch the floor or his cover will be blown, but his partner gets spooked and lets him go? And suddenly Cruise is free-falling, his partner stopping him only at the last second.
That’s me. Only I’m the one who gets spooked, lets go and careens toward the bottom. But with God there is no bottom. Not really. There’s always more rope, and what I thought was the bottom, wasn’t.
And however close I come to it, God is always there to break my fall. At least He is as long as He’s the one at the end of the rope I’m holding. As long as He’s the one I’m ultimately trusting.
Are you trusting God today?
If not, He’s only a prayer away. Tell Him you’re putting your trust in Him. And if you struggle with trusting Him, tell Him that, too. He already knows, and He loves you. Open a line of communication with Him right now. And grab the rope.