Hi, this week has been a washout in our house – lots of different viral infections joined us at my daughters birthday party. Coincided with some great stuff happening at work and our daughter turning five. We haven’t left the house much and I’m practicing my nursing skills and trying not to be too grumpy!
I don’t know about you but I always feel it’s unfair when we get ill. It’s just one of those things but I always look for a reason.
As a child I didn’t understand why things aren’t fair in life, and probably still struggle with that. I’m no different to anyone else – I’m no saint -but it seems sometimes that some people get an easier uride.
I’ve learnt not to worry about that so much now as I have so many blessings such as my family and friends and I’ve had lots of amazing adventures over the years! I’ve decided it’s not worth investing energy in relationships that don’t grow and change however much you’d like to;better to notice the good stuff
Easter for us Christians is gods way of saying that bad things happen to good people.
There wasn’t anything Jesus could do to avoid the cross – even though his disciples begged him – that has always been a mystery to me , despite the message that he died for me – it still seems unfair.
What I do know though is that there isn’t a situation going on for anyone that God doesn’t care about and Jesus’ death was like a deep wound that helped God understand how broken down and miserable we all feel at times as well as the joy and happy times. He gets it;
“O LORD, you have examined my heart and know everything about me. You know when I sit down or stand up. You know my thoughts even when I’m far away. You see me when I travel and when I rest at home. You know everything I do. You know what I am going to say even before I say it, LORD.”
Psalms 139:1-4 NLT