One of the most important
realities of life
is knowing to Whom we belong.
When we reject God’s Way, Will, and Timing
so that we can pursue our own way, will, and timing…
the consequences can be unpleasant
and sometimes catastrophic.
God's Word does not tell us to “Let go and let God.”
Letting go, in the sense of sitting back
and watching events unfold however they may,
is not biblical.
Letting go means letting go of the ego with its self-will,
its limited understanding, its preconceived ideas,
illusions, and mindsets.
We have to understand that the things we are to do,
we do by the power of God
and not on our own puny abilities and achievements.
In other words... it is a major tragedy
when our pursuit for power and wisdom
stops short of God.
Think about it...
God is a treasure of power
and a treasure of wisdom
than any of the things
that stir and excite us in this world!
May we let go of our self-forcing
way, will, and timing,
and allow God to manifest His Divine
Way, Will, and Timing in our lives.
God already knows what we desire,
God knows what's best for us
and God knows what is most appropriate for our soul.
God will by-far surpass our fondest dreams.
Our part is to surrender the self-will,
way, timing, and the outcome we desire,
and allow God's Will, God's Divine process to unfold.
We not only have an obligation to God,
but also to ourselves to discern and fulfill God's Way,
Will, and Timing for our lives.
It is only by making this a top priority
that we will find true joy,
the growth we truly desire, and the satisfaction
of an ultimately worthwhile existence on this earth.
There is nothing too hard for God.
God is able to produce immeasurably more
than we could ask or imagine.
God's Way, Will, and Timing far surpasses
anything that we could ever ask or imagine.
We all have been in situations
where we really felt weak, loaded down, and burdened...
unable to do anything to change our circumstances.
As we ask God for help,
let us be willing to follow God’s counsel...
harkening our inner ear,
seeing with our inner eye,
feeling with our innermost being,
and letting the unbelieving mind rest.
As we truly "Let go and let God"...
we will find exactly what we most need
for our mental, physical, and spiritual development.
God desires for us to engage and go and do.
But we must be humble and conscious
of our dependency... always on God.
There is no promise too hard
for God to keep.