As our new and experienced writers send me their bios and photos, I’ll be updating our writers page so you can learn more about them. Because most of our writers are new to the writers world and to using technology, I encourage you to leave comments for them on the blogs they write.
Thank you for reading and praying for our writers group!
How many “coincidences” have to add up before it’s no longer coincidence? That it must be something else.
My husband could no longer ride a motorcycle due to health issues. After a few years of not being able to ride, except for borrowing a trike from a friend from time to time, he decided to look for possible frames to build a trike. During the time of looking for frames, another friend mentioned to my husband about helping him with purchasing a trike frame. Meanwhile, someone traded in a trike and another bike at a local dealership in order to purchase a Harley. Little did we know that someone at the dealership immediately thought of my husband when seeing the trike. So, with the help of many people, and the timing of events, my husband was able to get a trike.
The left hand certainly did not know what the right hand was doing. There is only One who could work in the lives of different people to bring a result that no one could do on their own to the benefit of all. For my husband, the trike is a blessing to use for ministry.
Consider the “coincidences” of your life.
How many times have you looked back over the events in wonder and commented on how things were brought together? Then look to the only One who could have brought that to happen, look to God.
“I will lift up my eyes to the hills – From whence comes my help? My help comes from the Lord, Who made heaven and earth.” Psalm 121:1