Craving for a sweet cotton candy but I end up staring at that heavy cloud. LOL. 😀 Well, this made me realized that there’s a lot of things that we cannot have today and we cannot find yet. So just take time to look up in the sky and remember that there’s Someone up there who’s able to give you more than what you want, greater than what you need, or whatever you’re looking for.. as long as you’re willing to follow Him, you’ll surely get it at His perfect timing.
It’s just a matter of F-A-I-T-H and P-A-T-I-EN-T. Having that confidence for the things you hope for and at the same time, practicing your patient while waiting for it. 🙂
I really want cotton candy! =)
Then the Lord God said, “It is not good for the man to live alone. I will make a suitable companion to help him.”
God is really wise that when He created man, he knew that it is not good for him to live alone. That’s why he created the woman who is suitable to help him. The same thing as a Christian, it’s not good for us to be alone. That’s why here comes our mentor, leader, discipler and fellow Christian as well who are suitable to help us to grow in our spiritual life.
We are created as a man and woman to help each other; and as a Christian, we are created to help our fellow Christian and also to be help by them. We are created according to God’s will. Let’s not forget to do it. Help one another and love them as well.
“When hope is crushed, the heart is crushed. But a wish come true fills you with joy”
Don’t let your hope crushed as well as your heart, because God has promised us that when our wishes and dreams became true, we will be surely be filled with joy (great happiness). Yet, again, your wish and dream will only came true if you continue to hope for. Believe in your dream, Believe you can achieve it. Believe that God will help you to make your dream comes true.
Just because you didn’t get what you want, doesn’t mean you will never get it at all. Keep the faith dear. Practice your patient. God’s plans are always ahead of you. NEVER-LOSE-HOPE.
Photo (c) Luke 18:1