Devotional - February 9, 2917

Exodus 27 / Exodus 28 / Romans 3:21-31 / Psalms 17


Hey guys, I hope you had a good Friday eve. Let’s just that I am still in cloud 9. This week has been a week that I will never forget. Now that those not mean that I am not tired though. Today was a bit of reality with going back to work after taking the last two days of to be with Jennifer and Saige. I am exhausted, but this moment is so full of excitement that it doesn’t let me rest. My wife is pretty much in the same boat as me.

If you follow the devotionals daily, you are probably wondering where was yesterdays. We’ll yesterday I ended up finding some time to put together a full-on blog dedicated to my baby girl, Saige Jaylene Sierra. If you have not read it yet, please check it out. I even include some pictures. Click this link.

I continued reading my bible plan and stopped at Psalms 17:7 which said, “Show me your unfailing love in wonderful ways. By your mighty power, you rescue those who seek refuge from their enemies”. That was my prayer this week. I wanted God to show me his unfailing love in a wonderful and amazing way and he did. God showed me this week that he does not forget his children. He hears there cry and provides joy for every tear that we shed. God is faithful and he is wrapped up in our lives whether we know it or not.

Today’s devotional is not long, cause honestly it is 10:50pm and I am dead tired, but to the point. In what wonderful way do you want to see God’s unfailing love? For me it was at the birth of my child for someone else it could be in a financial situation. For someone else it could be in a relational situation. Whatever it may be, do everything in your part and once you’re done, step back and let God be God. Let him show you his unfailing love.

Application: Write down 2-3 areas in your live where you want to see God’s unfailing love more than you ever have. Now pray and ask God what you can do and once you finish that and maybe nothing has happened, wait on God. He is never late and will show up just when you need him.