Both of these articles published today rang all too true for me. Enjoy!
Why You Don’t Want to Be Loved– Because it would hurt, of course! The piercing question remains: “Can we live all loved?”
Certain Change– “I’d like to think that someday I’ll have it all figured out. If I could just convince God to hand over a detailed five-year itinerary every so often, then I would glide through each transition in my life without a single misstep.” Me too!
The reminder from the Father as I watched a LBB (little brown bird) in a park this morning was well-timed and went something like this: Given My care for the littlest, commonest bird, don’t you think that I have a plan for you, carefully made and carefully executed? You are worth much more to Me.” (See Matthew 6:26.)
When I wonder what that plan entails (and if it lines up with my own hopeful plan), I need only to remember that knowledge and relationship with God is my highest good. In relationship with Him, I can be whole, no matter the wheres, whens, whats, whos, or how the plan unfolds.