This is an excerpt from my book DIVINE INTERRUPTIONS: A BIBLE STUDY THROUGH THE BOOK OF JOB (Available on Amazon).
“Think of a hot tub with lukewarm water. In complacency, we will sit and try to enjoy the soak, even when the water is not warm enough to really enjoy. We don’t want to be bothered with getting out of the tub to fix the heating problem. Instead, we are content with a mediocre experience.
However, IF the tub is too hot and uncomfortable, we won’t hesitate to jump out. Our DISCOMFORT gets our ATTENTION and we spring forth into action.
Why do we seek God’s face more fervently during times of affliction? We are supposed to commune with Him and sing His praises in good times as well as in bad times.
Take a minute to reflect and then ask yourself if it takes affliction to get your attention…
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