When God Speaks to Us Through His People

Have you ever had one of those conversations that you realized God arranged for you? That happened for me this morning in church.

My Rheumatology appointment is this Wednesday. After having seen various specialists the past five years, I must admit in the back of my mind I have had doubts about my upcoming appointment.

This morning in church I was talking with a few women who asked me what my appointment is for. I briefly shared with them about my experiences trying to get a diagnosis. One of the women is a retired nurse. She shared with me about how her son has gone to the same clinic I will be going to and how great they have been.

As she shared with me, I realized I am going to the right place. When I walked to the worship center, I thanked God for that brief conversation.

If we are open to God’s leading, he will direct our paths even in little things like the conversation I had this morning,

Now I will go home and take a nap. πŸ™‚

How is your Sunday?

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

31 thoughts on “When God Speaks to Us Through His People

  1. This is a very encouraging message. It reminds me of all the times God has set things up and worked things out. Thanks for sharing dad. Love you! ❀

  2. That was so encouraging, God looks after the little things for us. He gave you peace and strengthened your trust. And yes, if we are open to God’s leading, He will direct our paths.

  3. OMGeepers, I love divine appointments. God is working through our lives is so many ways that we don’t even know about. Thank you for this inspiring post. Blessings and honor, Christine C Sponsler

      1. I’m hanging in there. It’s been crazy here. πŸ˜“

        My oldest daughter is going through an unwanted/unexpected divorce. She moved in with me. I think I’m still in shock.

        Still loving Jesus and I hope to be back to blogging soon. πŸ˜‰

        It’s good to see you.πŸ’•

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