He Knows

Posted: August 16, 2011 in Uncategorized

Story of the day: He Knows

There is a story written about a machine repairman who had an unusual knack for correctly diagnosing where the trouble was in faulty factory equipment. And he could fix it quickly.

His co-workers noticed that he normally left the lunchroom 10 minutes early. one day someone followed him to see what he did before the others started working again. The repairman didn’t touch a wrench or screwdriver. Instead, while everyone else was gone and there was no sound of conversation, he stood in the middle of the large room, closed his eyes, and listened to the machinery. His ear caught every subtle sound, every click, every change in pitch or vibration. He could identify the first signs of a problem before it became apparent to others. It’s as if he knew each machine personally.

God knows us personally and intimately. He monitors our thoughts and feelings all the time. As King David declared, we can be sure what when we cry out to Him, He hears us (Psalm 18:6). He knows when we are “broken” or “out of tune.” And when we call on Him, He knows exactly what we need. Facing a problem today? Cry out to the Lord. You can be sure that He will hear you. [DCE. The Listener. Our Daily Bread. July 16, 2002.]

Quote of the day: Scriven

“God’s help is only a prayer away.”

Bible verse of the day: Psalm 18:6 (NKJV)

“In my distress I called upon the LORD, and cried out to my God; He heard my voice from His temple, and my cry came before Him, even to His ears.”


Dear Heavenly Father,

I am so grateful that You know everything about me. You know my every needs before I ask. Any problem I face, You are there to help see me through it and to guide me in my life. Thank You for always being there for me and loving me just the way I am.

In Jesus Name I pray,



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