My husband is a musician, so there are certain tools he is “particular” about. One of those things? His nice set of headphones. Not only is the sound crisp and clear, but the earpieces have a special piece on them that makes the fit even more comfortable.
Pretty important for a guy who needs to wear them for long periods of time.
So a few months ago when he lost that special piece while on a trip, I thought he’d be bummed for weeks.
We turned over beds, pulled furniture out from the wall, dug through all of our suitcases – we did the full sweep. And… it never turned up.
Sure the earphones still worked, but without the piece – they just weren’t the same.
Lost … And Found.
Just this week, after returning from another weekend getaway, my husband ran into the room with excitement,
“Hey – guess what I found in my bag this weekend!? My earpiece!”
The little missing piece had fallen into a small compartment of his luggage that we overlooked on the initial hunt. He was overjoyed at the thought that he could once again use his headphones to their full ability.
It’s amazing how much joy that little piece brought him.
We are God’s Lost and Found
The Bible talks about how God views us in the same way my husband viewed his lost piece to his headphones. He searches for us like a shepherd goes after lost sheep. Or like my husband searched for his missing headphone piece.
When it was “found,” it brought immense joy.
Will You Be Found?
No matter where you’re at today, know that if you’re not walking with the Lord, he is searching for you.
This can mean coming to God for the first time, after never really accepting Jesus as God’s son. It can also mean coming back to the Lord after a time away.
When you are “found” by Him, both He and you will experience immense joy.
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