Calculating how much time I had before our Nest meeting, I knew I had roughly 30 minutes to get out of the house for a walk on this decent 30 degree winter morning. Scrambling to get my things together, I left the house with a goal of speed walking to one of my favorite spots on the St. Michael walking path where I would enjoy a good 3 minutes of silence, birds and peace before speed walking back to the office for our meeting.
Last week, God was speaking to us about perseverance and what we needed to push through to keep moving forward. This week, as I waited on the Lord to speak, he showed me the connection between Tiger Hill and my experience this morning on my walk.
Why is it that I am willing to speed walk 6+ blocks in order to enjoy a short 180 seconds before rushing the 6+ blocks back? Why is it that people all over India are willing to walk all the way up a large hill in the cold to witness a sunrise when the sun would have risen regardless of whether or not they were on top of the hill or watching out the windows of their homes?
So, here at The Nest we are asking God how we can position ourselves to anticipate and be ready to see God move. What position can we put ourselves in, in order to experience His hand in our work and personal lives.
What position can you place yourself in to better see and experience the movement of God in your life?