You can't see God's hands or face or look into His eyes.
You can't take a photo of Him or of His promises, but God does give evidence of His involvement in your life.
He gives tangible evidence of His love, His power to help, His creation, protection, guidance, and forgiveness. He gives perceptible evidence when He answers your prayers.
"God has blessed his people—just look at the evidence!" (2 Chronicles 31:10b, The Message).
God ". . . never left them without evidence of himself and his goodness" (Acts 14:17, NLT).
"There's no end to what has happened to you—it's beyond speech, beyond knowledge. The evidence of Christ has been clearly verified in your lives" (1 Corinthians 1:4, The Message).
"Everyone will see this. No one can miss it—unavoidable, indisputable evidence that I, God, personally did this...." (Isaiah 41:20).
This is important: Remember . . . that your children were not the ones who saw and experienced . . . the Lord, . . . his majesty, his mighty hand.... It was not your children who saw what he did for you in the desert until you arrived at this place...." (Deuteronomy 11:2-7, NIV).
Do you grasp what these words mean? They mean you have a story that only you can share.
"You have all this evidence confirmed by your own eyes and ears. Shouldn't you be talking about it...? (Isaiah 48:6, The Message).
You need to write your stories!
If you don't write them, someone else might try,
but only you know the whole, accurate story.
What "unavoidable, indisputable evidence" do you have that God has acted on your behalf?
Maybe He helped you with a financial need.
Perhaps He caused someone to notice and help when you were in danger.
Maybe God sent someone to sit with you and pray for you when you were desperately ill or brokenhearted or frightened.
This list—your list—goes on and on....
Writing stories of God's involvement in your life will strengthen your faith—for today and for the future, whatever it holds.
Writing your stories will also strengthen your readers' faith.
Who knows what they'll face in their lives?
God can use your stories to prepare them,
and mature them,
and use them,
and bless them.
Let's write our stories so that this can be said of you and me:
"Our children will hear about the wonders of the Lord.
His righteous acts will be told to those yet unborn.
They will hear about everything he has done."
(Psalm 22:30-31, NLT)