It’s like this: When I was a child, I spoke and thought and reasoned as a child does. But when I grew up, I put away childish things.” 1Corinthians 13:11.
I don’t know the answers Lord. I don’t even know the questions. Here’s what I do know. I know I need you in my life.
Have I been a child too long? Am I depending on you to feed me, to embrace me and to assure me at every step?
When I become that adult will mysteries unfold and visions realized? Will I then live out my life’s mission–to do something good everyday; to make a difference in people’s lives; to allow my touch to heal and my voice to motivate? When I become that adult, will I be more like you Lord; showing people the Way?
O’ Lord, I don’t know the answers to life questions. All I know is that I want to pray, to bring people to the fold; to be like the Son. I know that life struggles will continue, that the sun will continue to shine and rain drops will continue to fall.
I don’t know the answers Lord, but I faithfully live knowing that You are my shepherd and that You are the answer to my questions; to all of life’s questions. Amen.
Published on April 11, 2009 at Upward Edge (www.upwardedge.com). Visit that site for great thoughts on Leadership