Power Lines

Ephesians 3:20, Depending on Jesus

I jumped up and looked out the window at the pouring rain. 

Had lightening struck our house? 

No, but it hit a power line and knocked out our electricity. 

I began thinking of the upcoming challenges: 

  • No air conditioning to cool the stagnant Florida heat. 
  • No lights. 
  • No appliances for a warm meal. 
  • No water (we have a well with an electric pump). 
I could have hugged the men from Duke Energy who came within the hour to repair the damage. 

If only I realized I need Christ's power even more than I need electricity. 

His power (Ephesians 3:20):
And the best part is that God's power lines don't go down unless we disconnect ourselves from prayer, God's Word, and fellowship (Philippians 2:12-13). 

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