Psalm 139:1-4
“O lord, thou hast searched me, and known me. Thou knowest my downsitting and mine uprising, thou understandest my thought afar off. Thou compassest my path and my lying down, and art acquainted with all my ways. For there is not a word in my tongue, but, lo, O Lord, thou knowest it altogether.”

He knew you would be where you are right now. He knew you would be reading this short devotional about His Word. In His omniscience, He foreordained that you would be here to be doing what you are doing and be the person that you are. This is a great mystery, but one of the most reassuring truths is that the Lord knows.

What we want to have is a singleness of heart and singleness of mind. We want to know that Christ is aware of everything that is going on and believe in His ultimate purpose. His purpose is to express Himself through us, His Bride. He wants us to surrender completely and be sold out to this purpose. Singleness of mind and singleness of heart toward God’s purpose should be our first priority.

You may feel, sometimes, like He doesn’t care about what’s going on with you. You may wake up and feel like you're lost and alone. That is not the case for the Believer. He knows what’s happening, and more importantly, He knows what’s happening next. So trust Him entirely. Let go, and let Him work everything out to His perfect purpose.
He knows.

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The way Christianity first started out, was, the Bible said, "It was from house to house. They met and broke the bread with singleness of heart." And that's what we want to have this morning, while we're here, is singleness of heart, one purpose. One—one thing that we're trying to achieve, and, that is, to fulfill the plan of God for our lives, while we're here on earth. And perhaps, maybe, God, many thousands years ago, but He's, by His infinite wisdom, knew that we would be here this morning, and would be back here on this prairie, or—or desert here, in the little building. He knew that thousands of years ago.
 
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