The Big Picture

Looking at the big picture can be both comforting and scary. When we are dealing with the affairs of our lives, we must have an idea of what we are dealing with, to make an informed assessment of the big picture. Sometimes that big picture can leave us wondering, what in the world are we going to do. With all of the responsibilities of parenting, saving for your child’s college, maintaining the home, and the like, the big picture can be overwhelming. In other cases, the lack of seeing the big picture can be hurtful because it limits the ability to understand what is really going on. Not knowing the circumstances of a situation will prevent the best possible outcome, because all the facts are not known. When a parent comes home to find the table broken, the first thing they want to know is how did it happen. They need to see the big picture so that they can better understand just who is in trouble.  We all need to be able to see the big picture when it comes to our lives. It will allow us to make the best possible decisions that will strengthen our lives.

Elisha became God’s prophet to Israel, when the prophet Elijah died. During Elisha’s tenure as prophet of Israel, the King of Syria waged war on the Nation of Israel. Every time the King of Syria held his war council with his men, God would reveal his plans to Elisha.

This is a great article on of course, the big picture. The big picture concerning our faith in Christ and what that can do for us even throughout life’s down times. Written by Jacqueline over at Healing For The Nation, this is a great reminder that God is always with us, no matter what.

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Luke 21:36 "Watch therefore, and pray always that you may be counted worthy to escape all these things that will come to pass, and to stand before the Son of Man."

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