“On that day the sources of light will no longer shine, yet there will be continuous day! Only the Lord knows how this could happen. There will be no normal day and night, for at evening time it will still be light.”
We are drawing close to the end of the Old Testament in our chronological reading. We start reading The New Testament in just two days!!! It has been a wonderful journey so far. I have learned so many new things. I’m constantly amazed at the life of the Word of God.
Many of the Old Testament prophets foretell of things to come upon Jesus’ return, while other prophets tell of events surrounding the exile of God’s people from Jerusalem to Babylon as well as after their captivity. The verse I shared today is from the prophet Zechariah and most definitely refers to Heaven. Let’s take a peek at the center of the verse—Only the LORD knows how this could happen.
Indeed, only the Lord knows how there will be continuous day though the sources of light we know will no longer shine. (Personally, I can’t wait for that day!)
When I read this verse last week, I rejoiced at the hope of being in the presence of the continuous glorious light of my Savior but right now, there seem to be uncertainties and impossibilities surrounding me. Now, don’t get me wrong. I am not up at night or overwhelmed by them. There is no pity party over here.
This verse was intriguing. The possibility of the impossible coming to fruition in my life supercharged me. Though we face circumstances that seem impossible, we serve a very possible God—an all things are possible God, all things according to His perfect will for life of His children.
Are you barely hanging on today, my friends? Did you wake up to uncertainties and impossibilities? Surrender your dreams, heartaches, and hopes to Him. Trust our very trustworthy and faithful God. He is the Master of the impossible!