Tough Times

A series of problems and opportunity someone has is defined as life, or what I call, a path that we walk. They all work together to create a world for us. Romans 8:28 says this, ‘And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.’ In other words, He will take care of us if we only stay close to him and trust him. If we use our life in a way that is good and pleasing to Him, He will supply us with everything we need. This doesn’t mean that everyday will be a breeze and everything will go our way. It just means that in the end, God will work our problems out for his glory, even if it looks impossible, or it doesn’t happen right away. If we keep faith in him, our life will take meaning and shape and we will no longer be wanderers in a dark world. It may seem dark at times, but it will all end up being bright, so that our light will hopefully help others see God in an awesome way. This is sometimes the result of our troubles, our struggles and problems. After all, this is the ultimate goal, isn’t it? To help other people see the light and love of Jesus that we have found? Someone once said:

I know He can,
I know He will,
But even if He doesn’t,
I will follow him
to the end of the road.

So, all this being said, what is your life showing others? What are your struggles portraying? Just another struggle, or a lesson to learn from, a life to live by? What are you showing the rest of the world, His light, or your darkness? What should it show?

It’s up to you. Go make a difference. Go use your life to please your Maker.


9 thoughts on “Tough Times

  1. I loved that! It really touched me! :) I just hope it will touch other people like it touched me:)


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