One theme I’ve thought about off and on for the last year is how God saves the best for last. The thought originally stood out when looking at what Duane Arnold wrote. He says,
“It often seems to me that we have largely forgotten the extravagance of God. “Give and it will be given to you – good measure, pressed down, shaken together… the measure you deal out…will be returned.” We hear constantly of a God who restores the wayward, whether a nation, as Israel in the Old Testament, or a prodigal son who has squandered his inheritance. When Christ attends a wedding party, water is turned into wine, saving the best until last.”
Saving the best for last really stands out. To add to that, I was in a book store and picked up a book by Jentezen Franklin I had been interested in purchasing. I opened to a random page and read, “God saves the best for now.” Those words jumped off the page. Needless to say, I purchased the book and have not been disappointed.
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I hope you ponder that phrase a bit. God has so much more for us. Don’t get bogged down in cares and worry of the world. The scripture says, “Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, Nor have entered into the heart of man
The things which God has prepared for those who love Him.” 1 Corinthians 2:9