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This Is Not What I Pictured

todayNovember 8, 2020 16 1 5

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Hello and thank you for meeting me here once again with an article representing my thoughts an ideas. I am a Christian, first and forth most, and all my conclusions come from the Word of God, using Scripture as my blueprint for life. We supposedly just had a new president declared, and rather it sticks or not, we are in very uneasy times. I’m sure for the majority of those reading this, if you are in your adult years, this is nothing as to what you thought life would turn out to be. As a child, most problems and issues are nothing compared to adult issues, and children can look to the future with hope for better days and less problems. The reality of life is, problems might change, but they never go away. Life will never be perfect here on earth and whatever you expected as an outcome, it will not be what you had pictured.

When facing the reality of this not being the picture one may want, it’s hard to know how to precede further when you didn’t pick this path. Sometimes, circumstances can decide for you on how to move further, even if it’s not the way you would want or intended. It’s easy to question why God puts us in certain situations or moves us in some areas that are uncomfortable or don’t look or feel right to us. In Isaiah 40:31 the Scripture reads, ‘But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; they shall walk, and not faint.’ Also, in John 16:33 the Scripture reads, ‘These things I have spoken to you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.’ This is Jesus speaking that no matter the picture in front of you, whatever this world has delivered you, peace comes from knowing God is in control of it all.

There is clearly going to be issues all throughout ones’ life, but knowing God is the one holding the paintbrush, gives us the assurance, His work will be done. We can only see so far on the canvas of life, but He sees it all. No matter what happens politically, financially, health wise, or mentally, God has control beginning to end, and His grand picture will be painted through your patience and faithfulness. Be the willing canvas to let God be God, and know He will do a mighty work through your steadfastness. It’s not easy when this is not what you expected, but the picture at the end will be beautiful and complete through God’s perfect Word!

God Bless You, Krisha Hall 11/8/20

Written by: Krisha Hall

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