Scenes like this cliff and arch called Holei Sea Arch in Hawaii’s Volcanoes National Park are a reminder of the power of water’s continued work.
These cliffs were formed an estimated 550 years ago with the flow of lava, and through the water’s continued work, this sea arch was formed out of the volcanic rock roughly 100 years ago. Even today you can see the effect that the water has had shaping and widening the arch compared to older photos.
In the same way that the waters around this cliff have steadily and consistently shaped and formed this arch, God is continually and steadily shaping and forming you towards the goal he has for your life.
Philippians 1:6 says: “And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ.”
Let this encourage you that in the same way that this water did not leave the cliffs, God does not leave us in life. He does not abandon us mid-project, but instead continues to guide us, and shape us, and direct us into the people he created us to be. God has a plan for your life, a wonderful, magnificent, beautiful plan, because you were made in His image. And he will continue to be with you to accomplish that goal.
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