24 Consider the ravens: They do not sow or reap, they have no storeroom or barn; yet God feeds them. And how much more valuable you are than birds! 25 Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to his life[b]? 26Since you cannot do this very little thing, why do you worry about the rest?
I feel like I learn this lesson over and over again, and I will probably continue learning it until the day I die and become fully aware of its truth: God is sovereign, even over the little things. I had an important phone call I was waiting for, one that gave me some stress and anxiety and drove me to my knees in prayer. It was scheduled first for Tuesday evening and rescheduled due to the epic stomach bug/strep that has been taking the Houston area by storm, then it was rescheduled Wednesday due to the unexpected for Thursday evening. During this time, I was, of course, being very careful to charge my phone just in case it decided to die before the call came, thus causing a rift in the time continuum (what? I saw ZZ Top in concert last week and Back to the Future is on the brain).
Well, Thursday morning I get a text asking if I could reschedule to have the call a little earlier. At lunch I got the call and not two hours later, my phone died. It's a little thing really. I have a work phone and so it might not have been the end of the world, but it certainly would have been one more thing to be stressed about. God was taking care of me even in that tiny little thing. It was just a silly little phone, one silly little time adjustment, yet His timing was perfect. I can only see a little piece of it, that one hours span of time in which certain things had to fall in place, but it reminds me that His timing is always the best, and He takes care of me.
God takes care of the ravens, the lilies of the field, and He even condescends to take care of me. How had He taken care of you in the little things?