I do it all the time. Tapping out a message on my phone, I misspell God.
When I read other people’s messages, I notice they do the same thing. But it doesn’t matter – any letter between a Capital G and a lowercase d I know is supposed to be o. I know they are referring to God. My brain automatically corrects the error. I see it as “God”.
And I began to think, what if I saw the rest of my world that way. No matter what is going on in my life, I know I’m in between the G and the d, and that means I’m safe. I’m in the middle of God who rescues me.
In battle, I can trust Him. 1 Chronicles 5:20 says, “They were helped in fighting them, and God delivered the Hagrites and all their allies into their hands, because they cried out to him during the battle. He answered their prayers, because they trusted in him.”
When I cry out to Him in the middle of the battle I can trust that I’m safe in between the G and d. If I call to Him, He will deliver me. There are no doubts. Even when battle rages thick in my mind and tells me I am alone, I do not have to give in because I know my very life exists in the midst if His glorious presence.
And so today we go out into the battle field. Facing our usual enemies, and maybe even some new ones. At times we doubt our strength for the fight today. Will today be the day they finally take us down and under? Oh no it will not sweet sister. The battle is the Lords. We exist between the G and the d, and nestled within Him, we are always safe.