As I sit here on my couch, drinking my last cup of coffee for the morning, all I can say is, “God, you’ve done it again. You’ve wowed me beyond words.”
God has shown me much favor the past 2 weeks. Again and again, I’ve looked up and said, “God, I don’t know what else you could do that you’ve not already done.” And it’s as if He said, “Well, I know. How about this?” And I’m wowed all over again.
God has done some pretty wild and wondrous things these past 14 days. And He’s done some precious and personal things, too. I’ve shouted aloud to my friends about the wild and wondrous, but I think I’ll keep the precious and personal to myself; keep them just between Him and me.
If you’re married, you might know what I mean. It’s like those precious little secrets between you and your spouse: an intimate moment, an inside joke, a learned lesson, and so on. Later, even much later, you can be in a crowded room and hear, see, or smell something that sparks one of those memories. You look at your spouse and find he’s already looking at you — and smiling. You laugh together without ever having said a word. You know what he’s thinking, but it’s a secret. A precious, intimate moment between bride and bridegroom.
That’s what I’m feeling right now as I sit here and look up at my Bridegroom. Without a word, He knows what I’m thinking, what my heart is feeling. And though I can’t see it, I can feel His smille. A precious, intimate moment with my Husband.
At this moment, I know I am absolutely loved.
At this moment, I know I am absolutely secure.
At this moment, I have absolute peace.
At this moment, I have absolute joy.
[You can go now, but I think I’ll just linger here a little while longer.]