Seeing The Invisible

Ever wonder

what’s really going on

—the bigger picture? 

Living by faith means trusting that God is sovereignly orchestrating and fulfilling His purpose for each of us: in His way and in His timing...

Are you waiting on something right now?  Have you given up on it ever happening?  Let me encourage you to keep the faith.  Know that God’s timing is perfect. 

See this waiting period as His time to prepare you for the next door He opens…

While we look not at the things which are seen,
but at the things which are not seen:
for the things which are seen are temporal;
but the things which are not seen are eternal.
— 2 Corinthians 4:18

I’ve just been through one of those waiting periods.

Three years ago, I graduated from college—but after an unsuccessful job search, decided to start my own cleaning business. 

Although I had planned on getting a paralegal job right after college, I’m thankful for God’s timing.

I’m not the same person I was three years ago. Through the cleaning business, the Lord blessed me with the friendship of some wonderful ladies. They are precious to me!

Then, one month ago the Lord did an amazing thing!

By His grace, I’m now working in the very law office where I first put a resume in three years ago. 

Psalm 37:4

really is

a promise

come true!

: )

Delight thyself
also in the Lord:
and he shall give
thee the desires
of thine heart.
— Psalm37:4

It’s so good

to trust Him!

No matter where He places us—or who the people are that He places in our life—we can trust it is by His design.  For each of our good. And for His glory.

As we watch daily

for the opportunities

He gives us to be

a blessing to someone,

life becomes an adventure

in the little, everyday


Whether you are a homeschooling mom, full-time homemaker or work outside your home like I am doing now—God has a purpose for each of us right where He places us. 

God has each of us

on the custom

“Potter’s Wheel”

He designs.

For me right now—my “Potter’s Wheel” is this new job—learning to lean on the Lord as He helps me overcome fears and insecurities while learning new things and meeting new people. 

He has given me this thought—instead of seeing people’s faces only—see their hearts. That’s what God looks at:

But the Lord said unto Samuel, Look not on his countenance, or on the height of his stature; because I have refused him: for the Lord seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart.
— 1 Samuel 17:7

There is always something much more important going on in life than what meets the eye—always opportunities to serve Him right where He has us, with whom He has us with.

Now faith is the substance of things hoped for,
the evidence of things not seen.
— Hebrews 11:1