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(He will make your innocence radiate like the dawn and the justice of your cause shine like the noonday sun.)-Psalm 37:6
16th November 2012
One’s walk with the Lord is never (going to be) easy.
It involves a lot of confrontation, correction and confusion. Some things that you thought were good for you end up to be the same things that hinder you from seeing His plans for you and at the same time, disallows for your growth. It is terrifying having to admit that, especially since admitting means doing something about it and disciplining yourself even if it means denying one’s self of momentary joy and pleasure. But, the absolutely great thing about this is, “seeing” the truth means avoiding (more) pain and mistakes that we all know we will later on regret in life.
As humans, most of the time, we want to do it our way when we know that His way is better. He is after all our Creator and the Author of our lives. He always knows what is best for us. If that means letting go of our plans then by all means, we should do it. Only by doing so will we finally be prepared for what He has in store for us and only then will we have peace in our hearts.
What’s good Vs. what’s best, always.