Around our home, the first time the TV is turned on each day is for the evening news and weather, sometime around the dinner hour.
Some of the descriptive words used by our weather people have come to be a joke between my husband and me.
For example, have you ever noticed how often the words “partly” and “mostly” are used? What does it all mean? What is the difference between “partly” and “mostly,” depending on what weather event you’re describing?
The same goes for the percentage of rainfall likely to happen during a certain period: 40% chance of rain, 20% chance of rain, 90% chance of rain. Of course, this is irrelevant as we’re not getting rain at all.
If you look closely (apologies for poor image!), you can see starting Tuesday we’re “partly cloudy,” then “partly cloudy again,” and on Thursday “mostly cloudy.”
Definitely, there are some distinctions that can be drawn here but the other night husband and I were driving along the interstate in Portland, OR. We had the top down on our convertible, and it became clear that we were driving in and out of some partly cloudy, partly sunny, mostly cloudy, mostly sunny skies.
I looked over at my husband and giggling said, “Aren’t you glad God isn’t a ‘mostly’ or ‘partly’ kind of God?” He chuckled and agreed with me.
Ordinary things in our days are great reminders of how steady and sure God is in our lives. Once we accept Him, God is always faithful to watch over us, guide us, and love us.
Not at all like the weather which can be segregated into partly and mostly segments or percentages ranging from 0-100%.
God is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow. He is the same every hour of every day. Every minute of hour, and we go on ad infinitum.
Question: Knowing a God so steadfast and true, how can we go about becoming more like Him? Love to know what you’re thinking.
Linking up on Monday with:
Kelli Woodford at Unforced Rhythms
and on Wednesday with: