“Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king’s horses and all the king’s men couldn’t put Humpty together again.” This famous Mother Goose Rhyme has stood the test of time.
It’s much like the world’s daily news. Dark, sad, full of hopelessness. But our Father God, in heaven, is holy. He has a whole different story for each of us.
But how can we know unless we stop and take a look, with God given curiosity, and open up the Holy Book?
“In the beginning,” it is written on page one, “God created . . .” And so, it’s documented how it all begun.
A,B,C, 1,2,3. The Book is a treasury—if only the human heart is willing to see. On the first page it’s hidden, in mystery style, man’s help and hope. Will you stop and consider for a short while?
God must have known that man might not turn the first page, so He cleverly, (by Masterful Design) includes the Remedy for every age.
“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” (1) And He knows and is, even before it’s birth. But, there’s a struggle to agree—right from the first line,
but on page one, before verse four, is the hope for all of mankind.
“The earth was without form and an empty waste.” And darkness was upon the great deep of the face. Yet the Spirit of God was moving, hovering still. And God said, “Let there be light.” And there was. And always will.
Humpty Dumpty might have had a great fall, but God is greater and the ruler of all. If there is no help as you and I look around—we must look up and believe. God’s love is sufficient. Let’s finally, let go and receive.
The picture is clear. “In the beginning,” it’s recorded. Even if I never read to page three in God’s Book, I can see a great fall occurred everywhere I look.
A great fall occurred and I went down with it all. You, me, and all the people of the world. Our hearts are empty, void and covered in darkness.
My disordered ways had me filled with confusion and emptiness.
“All the kings horses and all the kings men,” Oh, how we try to put ourselves together again, . . . and again.
But, the Spirit of God was hovering over my troubled waters. And He came to my rescue and helped me see His light.
“The earth was without form and an empty waste.” And darkness was upon the great deep of the face. Yet the Spirit of God was moving, hovering still. And God said, “Let there be light.” And there was, and always will.
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. But God is greater and ruler of all. There is no help as we look around, but God’s love is sufficient. He has made us to stand on solid ground!
The exclamation point is for me and for you when we surrender our whole selves to the One who is able—to not only “fix,” but make us new.
While it is today, what is our response to God and His ways?
“Amen, Hallelujah! With our lives we give Him praise.”