When you look at your life, do you see little messes among the miracles? I know I do. Even though our daily lives bring about miracles, no matter what we do, there is always some kind of mess.
We are humans. We are messy. The biggest messes are the ones we try to clean up ourselves. We can trust Jesus with so many things, but then there are those things we feel we simply must take care of on our own. That is when stuff gets really messy.
In Acts 10:36 we are told that “…He is Lord of all…” Lord of everything, Lord of big things and small things. Lord of the past, present and future.
If He was the Lord that brought the miracle, why can’t he be the Lord
that can take care of the mess we made?
In my dictionary, the word all is an adjective meaning “the whole of”. It also goes on to tell us that the adjective whole means “comprising the full quantity, amount, extent, number, etc., without diminution or exception, full or total”
That pretty much means nothing is left out, wouldn’t you say?
Why not let Jesus be Lord of all yesterday, today and tomorrow?
Yes there will still be messes, but we have a powerful cleaning solution.