Some might be thinking, “Pastor must really be tired this morning, he got the title backward!”
It’s the known we sometimes don’t think about.
Maybe seldom think about.
Or never think about.
I am reminded of when the disciples were on a boat during a sudden squall.
They were struggling to get the boat to the other side as the winds were making the waves difficult to work the oars through.
The Word tells us in Mark 6:48: “And having seen that they were troubled and tormented in [their] rowing, for the wind was against them, about the fourth watch of the night [between 3:00-6:00 a.m.] He came to them, walking [directly] on the sea.”
Often times, maybe in the midst of the worst of trouble, He comes to us. Even when He is the farthest from our mind.
Nothing prevents Jesus from doing that.
Not our failures. Not our thoughtlessness. Not our weak faith. Not our stubbornness.
Not even self centered laziness.
He will even walk on water during the worst storm to get to you.
Not too many folks I know will get up at 3 a.m. to pull someone’s fat out of the fire.
It’s tough to recall Jesus when we are only hearing or reading about Him less than an hour per week.
He quickly fades in the lives of some and becomes…
The “Unthought Known.”
You know He’s out there somewhere, but He’s more like background music. It’s playing, but you’re not really hearing it.
The noise of life drowns out the still small voice.
Maybe it’s time for an adjustment.
The way we make time for Jesus.
We can change how we allow external interruptions to interfere with our time spent with Him.
I mean, He knows you’re there, and He will go the distance to let you know that.
Be blessed today! Think about Him!
Keepin’ it Real,