Wherever you go and whatever you do, you won’t always have a clear path. Things will happen along the way and things you don’t understand will occur. Sometimes when things go wrong we blame God for our misfortune and question why ‘he would bring such pain.’ ‘If there was a God none of this would happen.’ Mistake number one: having faith doesn’t take away your problems, you’ll still have them, everyday in fact. Even with God, times and life will be challenging; it will be difficult. Nothing is ever easy and if it is, it probably isn’t real.
Things will fall through, items will be taken from you, you’ll be denied jobs and you’ll lose your family/ friends, it will happen.
Having faith does not make you exempt from problems, having faith means you will be strong enough to continue in the midst of your problems. Life will never be perfect but the same amount of energy you have to ignore your ambitions, is the same mind that has the power to create a better reality. I want you to think of one thing you’re worried about today: if you didn’t think about it would it still be there? Yes.
Probably, so then why are you letting something so small -something you have no control over- take so much of your thoughts? This is time you will never get back- worrying rids us of our ability to be happy- despite the challenges we face.
It will happen whether you think about it, worry about it, or let it go.
Things have a way of working themselves out when you are true to the moment. When you have honest intentions, give it your best and work hard, reality will make way to favor you.
The best thing you can do is, accept it, let it go and continue to do what is right for you and your situation.
Lesson: You do not have the power to control the situation but you have the ability to control how you react; whether you worry or pray, only one can guarantee your faith and stability.