I’m writing this before the results of “Super Tuesday” (surely the highest billing any Tuesday’s ever gotten) are announced. Still, it seems fairly certain that I’ll continue to be disappointed and frustrated by the whole thing. If you want insight into my psyche, see my non-gentle-nor-reformational note over at facebook.
To right the ship of my heart, to bring my frustrations and anxieties to the proper place (i.e., God, not the internet), here are some things that make this Wednesday “Super Wednesday.”
Today, on Super Wednesday, Jesus is still on his throne, working everything out for the good of the church (Eph. 1:22). It’s up to me to decide whether to view Jesus’ kingship through the lens of my frustrations (personal or national) or vice versa: to view my frustrations through the lens of Jesus’ reign. Hopefully the choice is clear.
Today, on Super Wednesday, God still listens to the prayers of His people and is moved to action by those prayers. He loves them so much they’re like heaven’s scented candles (Rev. 5:8). And He loves you so much He wants to hear what’s on your heart, what’s keeping you up at night or eating at you from the inside out (1 Pet. 5:7)! I hope […]