Tapestry of God’s Presence

24 08 2010

Recently I found myself asking God…

            Why is it that Christians seem to be hearing slightly different things from God? And why don’t we all walk the same way? Maybe you have seen no reason to ask either of these questions, but as I did, God showed me a picture of birds weaving a tapestry.


            As I looked further, I saw that each of these birds, represented Christian lives. Then I began to understand that God gives each of us different assignments. Even when the assignments seem the same, they are in different shades of color and direction


            When I think of color I don’t always think of the different shades that make up the brilliance of the color spectrum. Yet without these, the richness of color would not be seen. It is the same with the work of God. Without the shades of God’s presence we wouldn’t have an inkling of the depth and brilliance of God.


            Now looking at the weave, I understand this tapestry of God’s presence would not exist if the weaving wasn’t done in opposite directions for it is the opposing weave which gives the tapestry its strength. Therefore I can rejoice when great people are going doing similar things in opposite directions, and not sit in disbelief of a sovereign God.


I am in awe of what an awesome God Yahweh is!


Blessings and Complete Joy,


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