By Ethan Gwaltney
When "I am rich, I have prospered, and I need nothing," and I feast in good health, he "stand[s] at the door and knock[s]," and waits for my invitation to enter. (Rev. 3)
When I am poor, weak, and losing hope, and I quake under the weight of my sin, then is his "power made perfect" (2 Cor. 12) and he "restore[s] me to the joy of [his] salvation" (Psalm 51).
When I am not poor, nor rich, and my life wants meaning, I marvel: "what is man that you aremindful of him, and the son of man that you care for him?" (Psalm 8).
I was lost, but now am found?and it was not I who did the finding