Sometimes the answer is why.
Nothing else. Just. Why.
This is not about the doubt why: “If, there is a God, why is this happening?”
I’m talking about the mysterious ways of God that leads to the question, “Why would that even be possible?”
I can give 10 million reasons why so many things should not be possible.
There it is . . . an open door . . . to amazing possibilities when it’s least expected.
I have realized that sometimes we need to look beyond what is often taken for granted and see the full God-given possibility. . .
like experiencing another day of life . . .
or being able to love God
and one another . . .
or surprising someone . . .
or being able to remember moments in time . . .
or taking a breath . . .
or seeing morning’s first light . . .
and so much more.
It’s a matter of perspective, which gives me reason to love the “why” answer.
Look for the “why”–it will give you clarity of what matters–Kerrie