As this post points out, we ARE God’s children.
Blessings and enjoy!
May 24, 2017 at 09:08
This post is great! Since there isn’t a place to leave comments on the original post, I will leave one here, if you don’t mind.
As a great grandma, I was nodding my head while reading this, thinking “Oh yes, I remember when my children were constantly asking Why, and I also remember when my grandchildren were always asking Why. Now my children and my grandchildren are grown, and the great grandchildren are asking Why!”
I was feeling a bit smug, thinking I knew where this post was going. Because at my ripe old age I know everything, don’t you know. 🙂
Then I read this:
“I’m guilty of doing the same to God. I am so quick to ask why there is suffering and sadness and slow to trust His loving goodness and ultimate wisdom. It’s like saying I don’t trust that you know what you are doing, God….”
Oh. Yes. I am waiting on the results of a biopsy I had last week and I have been wondering Why. And it looks like the contract we have on a darling little retirement home is going to fall through, and I’m wondering Why. And lately, every time I turn on the news I wonder Why….
This is a great and timely post. Thanks for reblogging this!
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May 24, 2017 at 10:27
Hello Lynda! It’s really nice to see you around again. Thanks for sharing that story too! I see what you mean about comments, too
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