As mere mortals we think we can handle anything that comes our way. Then God steps in and turns our lives upside down and our mortal mind takes a sudden u-turn! Yet when mere mortals give us advice we are quick to take their wisdom at face value! When God does the same thing we are quick to question his wisdom? The reason? God looks at the big picture that is your life while mere mortal brains can only see the here and now!
As we go through life over time many seek a partner of one kind or another however the is a flaw a major flaw in that thinking. You see there is only one partner in your life that matters and that is the person you look at in the mirror. From the time of conception until you take your last breath there is only one constant and is that is you. In life you learn that 90 to 95 percent of people are just passing through. That made sound cold but take some time to look at your life and look at all the people who have passed through. I am not saying that those people were not important at that time but now they wouldn’t be as necessary . Just stop and think how many people that have passed through the years and at the time you couldn’t think what life would be without them? Guess what? Life goes on! When you lay your head on the pillow at only you have to live with the consequences and that is the way it should be because you sure wouldn’t want someone else to have that power in your life.
I know that there are those of you are going through tough times but always remember that there will be clear skies again!
As humans it is in our nature to question everything. I am as guilty of it as anyone. In my small limited brain I have this need to know why things are happening at this moment. Here is a little secret. God knows and he hears these kinds of questions every nano second every day and frankly decides if he answers the question or not? The hard fact is the world works on his time and not ours. As big and physically strong I am there are certain things I can’t control and God’s timetable doesn’t work the same as mine. That lesson I learned over 11 years ago as I stood by my dying fathers beside and he said to me ” I’m dying son”. At that moment it hit that God is in control of this show and not me. As I help guide my wife to her final resting place I ask that question of God often. Hey God Why Now?