Dave arrived at the hotel where Caleb is staying around 2 AM.
The good news is that he's with Caleb now. But it also means that he was over 24 hours in transit getting there. Pray for physical strength as they start in tomorrow at the hospital.
This morning in my quiet time I read in Job. I was actually on my way somewhere else in my Bible when I got "waylay-ed" there - does that ever happen to you?
I "happened" to open my Bible to the very page where there was a short little article called, "What Job Teaches about Suffering".
Next, I read chapters 36 and 37. Wow. There were some really encouraging things about our powerful and Almighty God that I'd never seen before. Over the years, as our family has endured health struggles, I've read Job a lot. But something jumped out on the page at me this morning:
Job 37: 3-5
He unleashes his lightning beneath the whole heaven and sends it to the ends of the earth.
After that comes the sound of his roar; he thunders with his majestic voice.
When his voice resounds, he holds nothing back.
God's voice thunders in marvelous ways;
He does great things beyond our understanding.
That was a powerful encouragement this morning. I felt like God had that very word there for me.
My Translation for today: When (not if) his voice resounds...He will hold nothing back. He IS
marvelous, and absolutely does great things that are beyond me. When He, the King of Kings, speaks on behalf of Caleb, He will hold nothing back.
He is MORE THAN ABLE to unleash all His power on Caleb's behalf.
Praying for that power to be unleashed in the coming days as they're in Cleveland.