I have been given the great privilege to guest post at Incite Faith this week. That excellent blog is about a transparent community, embracing the struggle and redemption found in Christ.
I’ve come up with a life rule that is similar to Murphy’s Law, it’s called the “Life (Sometimes) Sucks” rule. Sometimes things will simply not go your way, and you have to maneuver out onto a different path.
Sometimes, your car will break down late at night and you have to pay extra to the AAA truck driver to have it towed the extra few miles to the dealership. Sometimes you will not get everything lined up financially, and you’re scrambling to cover the bases. Sometimes there might be something worse (God forbid). Something sinister like death, sin, and evil could be crouched around the corner.
John Lennon once said, “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” Can you relate to that saying?
Maybe you planned to do something great, like become a doctor and cure malaria. Maybe you planned to do something on a smaller scale, like raise a family and be a rock in your community. But then life happened.
In my case, my wife and I planned on having our first child. But even with our great planning, life decided to show up. Health, finances, and other issues decided to surface, knocking off our best laid plans.
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