God hears every prayer.
Prayers about big issues.
Prayers about small things.
He doesn’t just hear them only; He answers, as well.
This morning, after I had left for work, my husband sent me a text message and photo.
As he was getting ready to leave for the day, he noticed a green lizard in the bathroom.
He took a picture of it as it sat on the top ledge of the mirror.
Not having time to try to catch it and take it outside, he simply informed me of it, shut the door and placed a towel at the bottom so he couldn’t get out.
He knew I would want to catch it and release it when I got home.
If lizards get trapped in a house, they have no water supply and dehydrate.
When I arrived home this afternoon, I got a paper sack and went into the bathroom.
I prayed and asked God to allow me to find the lizard if he was still in there.
After looking around, I concluded that there was no lizard.
Putting the sack away, I began to do some housework as we had invited guests for dinner this evening.
At one point, I decided to take the cloth off our dining table in order to take it outside and give it a shake.
Our cat had jumped up on the cloth.
Pulling the cloth all around, I finally persuaded her to get down.
Bunching the cloth up in a big wad, I took it outside. As I was stepping on the front walkway, I noticed something moving in my bundle.
It was the green anole lizard!
Very carefully, I moved the cloth over to some decorative grass planted near the porch.
The lizard hopped off into the thick, green blades.
Hurrying inside, I picked up my cell phone and took some photos of the now liberated lizard.
I had asked God to let me find him if he was still in the bathroom.
Instead, He allowed me to find him bundled in a cloth in my arms—a cloth that had recently been sat on by our cat.
God delivered the lizard from death by dehydration and death by predator attack!
He also allowed ME to be part of the rescue.
Upon telling this story to my husband, he said that God was at work when we didn’t even know it.
Saving a lizard may seem to be a little thing, but to the lizard, nothing could have meant more.
Before they call I will answer; while they are yet speaking I will hear.