Being Led Beyond My Understanding
Posted by Second Chance to Live on February 16, 2011
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. I hope you are doing well today. I am. In my morning reading and meditation I was reminded that I can trust the process and the timing to a loving God. What I read encouraged me to trust that I will know what I need to know when the time is right.
Although I may wonder how the pieces of my “puzzle” are going to come and fit together what I read this morning reassured me of that reality – more will be revealed to me at the right time. What I read and reflected upon this morning encouraged me to go about my business through using my gifts, talents and abilities in ways that work for me and trust that I am being led beyond my understanding.
My encouragement to you my friend, is that you too trust the process and the timing to a loving God. Go about your business through using your gifts, talents and abilities in ways that work for you and trust that more will be revealed to you at the right time. Trust and know that the pieces of your “puzzle” will come and fit together at the right time and trust that you are being led beyond your understanding.
“Sometimes God doesn’t tell us His plan because we wouldn’t believe it anyway.” Carlton Pearson
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This entry was posted on February 16, 2011 at 10:44 pm and is filed under Adult Children of Alcoholics living with traumatic / acquired brain injuries, Caregivers for people with traumatic / acquired brain injuries, celebrities with brain injuries, Families impacted by brain injuries, living with a brain injury, Living with a Disability, living with a traumatic / acquired brain injury, Living with an Invisible Disability, living with meaning and purpose, messages of hope, Parents of children with Acquired brain injuries, Soldiers and Marines who sustained traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injury, stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury and Hope, Traumatic Brain Injury Support Groups / Meetings, Veterans Living with Brain Injuries. Tagged: fitting pieces of the "puzzle" together, Trust the process and a loving God. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.