Lately, I've been reflecting on this devotional / blog post I wrote back in 2009. It's buried deep in my blog somewhere, but I thought I'd dust it off, and post it again. It's worth sharing.
When we step aside and allow God to use our lives for His purpose, putting our entire life in His hands and giving ourselves completely to Him, it is much like becoming His sword for His battle. We don't always understand the battle, what He will ask us to do, where He will take us, or even His purpose, His plan.
We simply know that it won't be easy and that at the end of each battle, we may feel as though all we've gained is a chink in our blade...
Yet, we are to trust our Master, we are to fully die to self.
Does a sword ever question its Master? Does a sword ever hesitate in its Master's hands? When is a sword not brave, not willing, even knowing that its Master will not set it down until the battle is finished and won?
Can you relate to this? Would you share some of your recent "God's Sword" experiences?