Have you ever had those days when nothing seems to go right? To be honest it feels like I have been having a series of those days. Let me just start by saying I don’t do well with uncertainty.
I like to be in control when I don’t know what’s happening next. I get frustrated, afraid, anxious, and annoyed.
Uncertainty has pushed me closer to God. This is maybe why I repeatedly find myself in this situation. So that I can remember that He is in control.
It’s just crazy because I was all geared up and ready to complain. But while I was in the middle of writing this blog post I started watching a vlog by Life with Us TV.
Lynette and Stanley just so happen to be sharing their experience volunteering at Meals on Wheels. Which I have done myself in the past in Florida and Georgia.
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So Lynette and Stanley were sharing about the fact that the Meals on Wheel program funding has recently come to an end due to changes in our government. In most states, Meal on Wheel funding has been dramatically decreased because they are now relying on private grants and funding to service their clients.
In the Atlanta area alone there are more than 300 seniors on the waiting list. This means many of our seniors are going hungry. In the Richmond area, more than 3000 seniors are going without hungry.
Needless to say, watching their vlog reminded me that there are others who are suffering and struggling. Many dealing with hardship is much more difficult than my own.
As I sat there writing this post feeling disappointed and rejected during my job search. I began to praise God because my family and I have a roof over our heads and food on our table. Many people are going without those simple things.
God is so good that today I can add to my testimony because I have a full-time job doing something I love. Helping give people the opportunity to work and provide for themselves and their families as a recruiter.
Let me not stop there because not only am I back doing what I love. But I get to work from home full time, which has been such as blessing for my family.
Now don’t be fooled I still have foolish moments of pride. There are definitely still times when I get frustrated with work but I have often reminded Habakkuk…
If it seems slow, wait for it; it will surely come; it will not delay. “Behold, his soul is puffed up; it is not upright within him, but the righteous shall live by his faith. Habakkuk 2:3-4 ESV
The book of Habakkuk has been such a blessing during this season of uncertainty I am in.
Sometimes the best thing we can do during uncertainty is wait on God. Pushing yourself to pray in those moments of fear. Asking God to show you the way in which he would have you do things.
Instead of doing things your own way. Trusting that no matter how wrong, how lost, how sad, or how desperate the situation may look God is still here.
God can use the misfortunes of our lives to glorify his name. Remember what God has already brought you through. So that you can continue to go forward with confidence in the Lord.
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