Our morning is not going to go as planned. We are in stand still traffic and now two emergency vehicles have passed us by. Our daughter is going to be late to school and I am going to be fortunate if I arrive home to my work appointments on time. The tension is magnified and it’s time I do something with this negative energy that is overwhelming my mind. I breathe in and then release a BIG long sigh…
It’s that moment…
The moment I can either panic or that moment I decide to surrender to the Lord. I look back and our daughter is undoing her pigtails and making a mess in the back seat. If I don’t adjust my attitude, I am going to lose my temper. It’s not her fault, she is being 3.
I am going to keep this short and sweet this week….no matter what you are going through, no matter how much crap or drama there is in your life…stop….breath….look at how BIG your God is and how He is moving in your life! Once your eyes are on Him, do not move your eyes off of Him. Instead…marvel Him and watch how He shifts your life for the better! You serve a great God who wants the best for you….be willing to praise Him in the middle of your storm and thank Him for His victory and outcome in your life! God has your back, BELIEVE! Until next time….
Just last week I had shared with you our recent move and the perils we were having with the moving company. They really had drug their feet in getting our items to us. My husband and I held onto faith that we would receive our items, but we didn’t know when or what condition our things would be in once received.
It’s really amazing to me how we often take the simplest things for granted. I admit, in our old place, I had plans for that place, I like nice, new things. Most people do like having the latest, nicest thing. I kept thinking about what I would do with our new place once we moved in and got settled. I thought at the latest, we would have our things three to four days later. Little did our family know that it would be nearly 3 weeks, 26 days total, before our items arrived. The most basic things like cooking utensils or bed, had not arrived. I would have given anything in that moment just for a bed and a table to sit at and eat our meals.