Long before Zacchaeus couldn’t see Jesus

Long before Zacchaeus couldn’t see Jesus the tree was already planted to meet his need. – Unknown #Zacchaeus #bgbg2

Long before Zacchaeus couldn’t see Jesus

This shows how God planned it. That sycamore tree was planted in just the right spot. It grew at the right time and the right height to be used by Zacchaeus. Not to mention, at the very moment when Jesus would pass by.

That also show God’s timing is just right. It also shows we are placed at the right time, location, etc. for God’s will. No accidents, all orchestrated by God. God knew this day at the beginning.

Things about Zacchaeus

  • Chief Tax Collector
  • Short
  • Rich Man
  • Not accepted by community because of his profession

See Luke 9:1-10 and also read the rest of the chapter Luke 9.

Reminds of a Children’s Church song, Zacchaeus was a wee little man, a wee little man was he. Fir he climbed in a sycamore tree for the Lord he wanted to see. As the Lord passed by, He said, “Zacchaeus you come down from there for I’m coming to your house today.”

I bet you are singing they song, at least in your head just like I just did to type that out.

We are very too short, not too tall, God will use us all and has a plan and purpose for us all.

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