Have you experienced the favor of God recently? I’m sure you have but are you aware that you have? It wasn’t until a few years ago that I became familiar with the favor of God. A Christian friend of mine kept pointing it out whenever we were together and something good would happen.

A parking space, front row seats, finding a $20 bill in the street, a stranger providing directions at a timely moment, a package or unexpected gift showing up in the mail when I’m having a tough day; these are all examples of the favor of God.

Last night I was out to dinner with some friends. We were at a casual Italian place and the tables were few and far between as it was a saturday night. We had a party of 7. As we were greeting each other, a coworker of mine walked up to say hello. “What are you doing in this neck of the woods?” he asked. “We’re celebrating a friend’s birthday and then going dancing,” I replied.

Right about then, one of our party suggested we capture a table. There were only single tables that sat 4 people available. As we were pulling out extra chairs and trying to decide how to accomodate everyone, my coworker and his wife, who were in the middle of eating their dinner, pack up their food and plates and move to another table so we could pull the two tables together. Now what are the chances of running into someone I know, who lives in a totally different part of town, being at the same restaurant at the same time, offering to give up a table for us? I ask you!

Now some might call it serendipity, good luck or coincidence, but I know better. When it happens over and over again, it is not chance, dear reader. I know God’s hand in action and I believe in giving credit where credit is due, you know what I mean?

God loves us; that is the bottom line. When you are walking with God, it’s like Christmas everyday. You never know when he is going to surprise you with some blessing. Today I encourage you to look out for God’s favor. Be thankful and realize how much God truly loves you!

One thought on “The Favor of God

  1. Amen on the favor of God last night at the restaurant. I believe nothing happens just by accident or coincidence…God knows the beginning from the end and everything in between. He allows it all as we have freedom of choice, however, when you do life His way…His favor is abundant and He pours out His blessings in amazing amounts.
    Thank you for caring enought to take your time to inspire your friends in Love
    Barbara Wood

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