It’s the first of the monthhh!!!
The rent may me due and we’re still in the middle of a pandemic but there are things to be grateful for.
The constant death of our hero’s (RIP CHADWICK BOSEMAN), murder of the innocent and disrespect for our culture could have any person ready to question Gods’ work.
But we cannot allow ourselves to get into a space where we feel like God owes us something.
How can he owe you when he’s blessed you with everything you have.
When my mother passed, I didn’t get it. The whole tragedy had me questioning my faith so much I couldn’t bare to get through a church sermon.
I was so angry that the miracle I kept asking for went unheard. I thought it was so unfair that he could pull other people out of similar situations but overlook me.
And that was my problem. Comparing my story to that of others. Nothing good can ever come from comparing yourself. So how can I hold God accountable for a promise he never made.
He never said you wouldn’t have any troubles but he promised he would help you work it out. He didn’t promise you would be rich and faithful but he promised he would take care of your needs.
2020 may not make it seem like it but God be looking out. If it had not been, for God choosing you, you would still be where you used to be.
I know it’s hard to keep the faith when so many losses are upon us but we’re going to get past this so we have too!
Don’t allow 2020 to ruin what you have set forth for yourself. Grieve and mourn as you should, but reach out to someone if you need help finding your faith.
We’re all going through this together and there’s still enough time to make 2020 your year.
Everyday you wake up is another day and opportunity to get where you want to be.
So make it count and know that whatever higher being you serve is still looking out for you.
And as always, don’t forget to love on somebody today!
Peace and love y’all. –T.P.J.