Facebook Post—May 26, 2013 “But Mary treasured up all these things and PONDERED them in her heart.” Luke 2:19 NIV. ‘Pondered’—I love that word. I love the look on the face of a pondering child. I love the words from the mouth of a pondering grown-up. Isn’t it interesting that God chose a pondering heart in which to do such a mighty work? Is His Spirit searching the face of this earth right now for a pondering heart in which to do some mighty work? I suspect so. Could He do a mighty work in my pondering heart? I hope so. I need Him to.
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My God pondering goes on.
Is that part of what God uses to see us through the heartbreaks of our lives—the ordinary? Is that how He brings peace and joy to a “peace and joy” starved heart—through the ordinary? Does He put us in a place, after putting us in THE PLACE where we can do something marvelous that we could never imagine of ourselves? I wonder how often Mary pondered the question: Why is this happening to me? Oh what a gift—a pondering heart.
This is my story—my ponderings in script—my journey from the wilderness of an empty, pain-filled heart to the wonder even in the pain when I ponder the majesty of God, the mystery of God, and the mercy of God. Do come and ponder with me!
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