I’ve always said our life is built in the moments. We are to live in those moments. We need to avoid dwelling on or live in the past, because it can’t be changed. Nor should we worry about the future, because we can’t control or predict it.
We should also avoid getting so caught up in the moment we’re not doing what we need to do to make that moment better.
For instance, it’s easy to wake up to a dark and cloudy morning and not look for or see the sun peek through a break in those clouds.
I took the above picture this morning as I walked into a coffee shop. If not for the bright orange ball reflected off the store window, I would have missed it by the time I bought my coffee and headed back to my car.
One of the first lessons I learned on my faith journey is that darkness can never banish the light.
I too often wallow in my daily frustrations—this morning being no exception. Yet watching that beautiful sun inevitably rise reminded me that it still rises to banish the dark—in spite of the clouds—-and God is still sovereign.