Daily Scripture Reflections 4/27/15

S: Job 1:21-22

And sad, Naked came I out of my mother’s womb, and naked shall I return thither: the Lord gave, and the Lord hath taketh away; blessed be the name of the Lord. 22: In all this Job sinned not, nor charged God foolishly.

O: When reading this it shows me that even back then people understood that anything can happen and even in the bad we should trust in the Lord.

A: Often times when things go wrong we hear people say well there must not be a God or I should just do what I want because God doesn’t help me out anyways. Every time I hear someone say this or see it posted on social media I want take these people and shake them and ask what is really so bad that you would want to go against God? I then think back to really not that long ago just about 3 years ago when I didn’t want a relationship with God. I didn’t because I was so upset that he had taken my mother away. It took me almost 8 months to want him back in my life and when I wanted him back was when my son was diagnosed with Epilepsy. He was the first person I turned to because I knew God could help me through. I’m trying so hard right now to never lose faith. I’m trying now that I watch my little guy fight everyday with his delays and seizures.to not lose faith and keep my mind on the Lord. Watching all the bad in the world is one way to see things but we need to remember just because of the bad doesn’t mean we should go against God. I myself need to remember everyday to take a few minutes and thank God for what he has given and has taken away to help complete the plan he has for me. God is good all the time and all the time God is good.

Sorry for being so much shorter than the others. when both writing this on paper and typing I started to really be concerned regarding current healthy scare of my son  and decided best to make this one a short one so I can try and stay positive until we know anything. If you all could just maybe say a little prayer for out WJ and just ask the lord to watch over him.

Tomorrows scripture reading Isaiah 1-6