But do not forget this one thing, dear friends: With the Lord a day is
like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day. 2 Peter 5:8
To God, time is very different than it is to us mortals. He sees the beginning, middle, and end at the same time. Hard to comprehend? You bet. (but this post by a friend helped me a LITTLE bit) But I never claimed to understand Him.
|Andrew, almost 2|
There are certain days, however, when we are more likely to try, at least, to see life in a less linear way. And for me, this is one of them.
|About six months ago (with his sister)|
And I panicked - at least a little. How will he handle it? Will he struggle with the more rigorous curriculum? Will he forget what classroom to go to? Will the teachers help him? How will he do socially?
But I can rest in the fact that God already knows how it will go. He knew before Andrew was born - before ADAM was born - exactly how it would all go. And it has all been sifted through His fingers. I can worry about the future, regret the past, and agonize over the present, but God's view is all-encompassing, and He can be trusted.
How hard is it for you to grasp time in God's eyes? Do you find yourself worrying about the future, agonizing over the present, or regretting the past? God's control and vision CAN comfort you!
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