Light At The End Of The Tunnel
1 John 3:11-21; Psalm 100:1-5; John 1:43-51
There are many struggles that we encounter in our life. Some may seem bearable, while some leave a big impact on us. While there may be a lot of negative impact on us, we should also look at the good things going on while these unfortunate things happen. .
A person may be shocked to find his father dead on the floor, killed by robbers, while his father tried to stop the robbers dead on their track. The good thing is the robbers fled the scene after killing him, leaving the rest of the family safe. Plus his father is in good hands with the Lord after committing a great sacrifice.
One may find himself with a failed business attempt, and is angered by it, but later on finds out that his potential partner was caught swindling other victims.
Some may be born without limbs and arms, but are empowered by the Holy Spirit to shed God’s love as well as provide hope to those who have the same condition and in low spirits.
There is always a good reason behind everything that happens. It’s how we look at these situations that makes a big difference to us. As Christians, we believe that God is always on our side, and will never abandon us no matter what. Although He gave us freewill to do whatever we decide to do, He decides if He will allow it to happen or not, depending on whether it will be good for us or not. The bottom line is trust in the Lord at all times, and believe that God’s light will shine at the end of every tunnel in our life.