Isn’t it funny (and I don’t mean ha-ha) how life never works out the way you planned? There is something that always interferes with your plans. I think for most of us our lives are so busy that we meet ourselves “coming as we’re going.” We are like the proverbial hamster on a wheel going around…and around…and around…
Sometimes that “something that always interferes” is rather minor – we can resolve the interference with very little difficulty – and get back to what we were doing – usually within a few minutes or an hour or so.
Sometimes that “something that always interferes” is a rather major deal and cannot be resolved within a few minutes, an hour or so, or even a few days. Those major deals have happened to all of us. We lose our jobs, perhaps our child rebels and no matter how much we coax, persuade, beg and plead, they leave our home and enter into a lifestyle that is totally opposite of what we raised them to believe; a friend gets a divorce; we get divorced; our spouse becomes ill, and despite all of the medical solutions available today, he/she is gone far too soon and we are left with a part of us missing. Irregardless of what the major deal is, it can totally change our lives.
There is a song out by Colton Dixon titled “Through All of It.” It talks about how no matter what he’s gone through, no matter what has happened in his life-whether it’s his fault, or someone else’s fault or no one’s fault, “Through It All” God has been right there with him every step of the way.
The same is true for us. No matter what has happened, whether it’s our fault, or someone else’s fault or no one’s fault, God is with us every step of the way.
May you be blessed as you listen his song and the lyrics- that you will know, that you know, that you know, that God is with you “Through All of It.”