January 27, 2012 by Stacy McDonald

You Just Never Know…

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Sometimes the troubles and distractions of everyday life can cause us to forget that God is working in spite of our weaknesses and failures. He is turning hearts and impacting lives even when we’re not doing everything “perfectly” (which is never). Basically, because He is the One who changes hearts – who draws people to Himself. And just when you think your efforts don’t mean all that much, or your life and work doesn’t really make a difference, God whispers some encouragement.

I received the following email from a reader here on Your Sacred Calling and I have to say it was humbling. I caught my breath as I considered the bigness of God and the smallness of me. Praise God that He can multiply our efforts in such staggering ways. Thank you, Lord!

“I wanted to tell you how much your blog “Your Sacred Calling” helped me! I had decided I no longer believed in God and I found your blog and God used it to change my life. Not only did your posts help, but they also linked me up to other amazing blogs as well. I am now attending a great church, I read my Bible daily, and I am so blessed to be walking with our Lord. God used your blog to literally save my lifeā€¦thank you so much. – Kathryn

The following video is another reminder of how God uses us in ways we may never see…



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One Response to “You Just Never Know…”

  1. karen says:

    I am not sure why but the pdf file wouldn’t come up for me. I am so excited to see that you have a 6 year old with the same problem we have. Not that I am excited to hear about his pain but wonderful to hear you use something that may help. I had the same thing when I was little and my parents just rubbed my feet and legs. My son just woke up Thursday night with painful legs and feet. Thank you so much for sharing this. Have a blessed day!

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