I’m roughly at the halfway point of reviewing my 6+ years of blog posts. It’s taking time, but it’s been an amazing journey. I can see how much I’ve grown. I can see how much I shared, and how much I kept back. It’s reminding me of times I drank, it’s reminding me of many, many things.
Today, I read a post about uncertainty, and fog. It was so applicable to what I’m experiencing today, I wanted to reshare it.
~~~ originally posted 11/17/13, with just a few minor edits ~~~
As I drove to church today, the fog was incredibly thick, I could only see about four car lengths in front of me. It got me thinking about how God sometimes keeps us in a fog.
I noticed that I could always see the stop lights in time as well as the brake lights of the cars in front of me. I was always informed of the immediate danger.
The drive to church is a very lovely one. There are sweeping farms, glorious foliage and animals galore. Sometimes, all of this is very distracting. The fog kept me focused just on the road ahead of me.
It struck me how God sometimes gives us a time of fog to protect us from what’s going on around us. While it could have been a very claustrophobic thing, I found it very comforting.
If you’re in a fog, maybe God is protecting you from a distraction…
‘For I know the plans that I have for you,’ declares the LORD, ‘plans for welfare and not for calamity to give you a future and a hope.
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