This quote is profound, in my opinion. There are so many lovely sayings and empowerment quotes to inspire and keep us on track, but I believe this one should be a mantra, a way to live life.
Often when our thoughts start to snowball, we act impulsively and irrationally, and pretty soon anxiety takes the wheel, and the situation gets further out of control.
So often we want to fix a problem... our way, right away, instead of inviting God to step in and take control.
My mom always said, "In His time, not our time." The older I get, the more I know this to be true.
Recently I learned this lesson when I calmed my inner, anxious voice. While I was trying to do everything in my power to find a used car for my grandson, and getting nowhere fast, there was already a plan in the works.
When I got quiet, meditated, backed away, and put the problem in God's hands, the car came to us.
I was driving home when a bald eagle circled my car overhead. I knew! I just knew!
My daughter called and said, "You won't believe what just happened. A lady wants to get rid of a car so SHE called my girlfriend's husband, who is a mechanic. He didn't even know her! She just wants the car gone; she's selling it for (unbelievable price). He's going to go over it for us and..."
I always believed! But believers sometimes have to calm their minds and find a way to not go wrong when things go wrong.
Everything works out... the way it is supposed to. I believe that!