Regardless

I trust in You in every way

I trust in You night and day

I trust in You in what You say

I trust in You in every way

I trust in You in every way

I trust in You ’till my dying day

I trust in You, come what may

I trust in you in every way

Not a poem which will win any awards, but it has been a poem which has been stuck in my head for several weeks now. It is a reminder my life is in God’s hand and no matter what may happen, I know I can trust God. regardless. Regardless of whether the road becomes difficult (and at times it will) regardless of finances, regardless of who may come and go in my life, regardless of hurt or pain, regardless of transitions, changes, and movement, Regardless of the economy, regardless of the government, regardless of seemingly untimely circumstances, a run of bad luck, or an old-fashion attack from Satan, Regardless of war, regardless of what people may say, or what people may do. Regardless of my feelings or fears, regardless of anything which may come my way, I can trust God. In moments of uncertainty, when I am not sure what God’s next step  for my life, I know I I can trust God, regardless.

God is all knowing. He is the God who was, and is, and is to come. He knows all things past, present, and future. If God knows the future, then He knows the outcome of my life. Which means if I allow God to direct my life. If I leave my life in God’s hand, then my future is certain. If I attempt to direct my own life then there is no peace of certainty. I trip over my own feet, I run into stationary items, I struggle with articulation, I don’t even want the responsibility of keeping alive a goldfish, let alone directing my own life’s destiny.  Given the choice, I’ll just stick to my cheesy little poem and let God have His way. 🙂

Yup, so those are my thoughts for this Friday.  Might not be a deep theological revelation, but sometimes we just need to be reminded of the simple truths, God is Awesome, He is in Control, and I can trust Him Regardless. Oh, and my life in my own hands is a very, very scary thought.

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