Back in June, I traveled with my power soccer team to Boston for our national tournament. After driving what felt like an eternal amount of time, we were involved in a MVA (motor vehicle accident) as we drew near to our destination. Fortunately, no one was injured.
However, I do recall one driver appearing flustered and asking aloud, “Are we going to make it?!”
“Yes,” I responded, “We have God in our hands. I mean we are in God’s hands.”
In spite of the difficult travel we encountered, we all believed that the Lord had His divine intervention on our path. What is more ironic is that, upon texting my husband after the accident, I learned that he felt led to pray for us at the same moment it occurred.
God divinely leads. God divinely inspires. God divinely protects. No matter the circumstances, God divinely intervenes even when we do not see, feel, hear, nor comprehend His ways.
Father, we place ourselves in Your hands today and ask that You divinely intercede in our lives as well as others. In Your precious name I pray, Amen.