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Wishing For A Sign From God

October 11, 2021

Do you ever wish you had a sign from God? You feel a little silly asking for it ‘cause, sure, He’s been faithful and true, and He doesn’t have to prove Himself to you, yet there He goes again, showing off, showing gracious love. 

My little sign from God, and it has been for decades, has been a red cardinal. Many, many years ago it became something that God showed me at a time when I needed to be aware and reminded of His presence. Surely, He’s there, but that cardinal sure meant something to me. Now, it’s become something for my husband and me to look for. 

We were sitting in the car, in the driveway, having this conversation, feeling heavy-hearted. You know those conversations that happen and you don’t want to get out of the car? We were just talking about stuff and feeling kind of burdened by some things going on and really wanted to seek God together because we both felt a little weary and a little discouraged. As we were sitting there, the coolest thing happened. 

We looked up and there was a cardinal on the fence in front of us. And then there’s another. And then there’s another.

We were surrounded by red cardinals.

There had to have been at least a dozen!

We sat in the car for 10 minutes, watching this going on, thinking, “What in the world is God wanting to communicate to us right now?” In this moment, He was reminding us of His presence. 

Whatever it is you’re in need of from Him today, I pray that He pours out an answer that it is so clear. It might not mean that all the situations get resolved, but maybe you’ll have peace in the midst of it because you know that you know He’s with you in it.

“Don’t be afraid, for I am with you. Don’t be discouraged, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will hold you up with my victorious right hand.” – Isaiah 41:10

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