Welcome to my sixth blog!!!!🙂
One day the sun never rose. It was dark the whole day. The crickets were chirping the whole day or is it the whole night. Could we say it was a good day or a good night…I don’t know. But it was the day or night people never left their beds. For the day or night was pitch black. It was the day the whole world lived to remember.
Okay….., this is the storyline of a movie that hasn’t been shot yet. And maybe it will. Or it may end up being the beginning and the end of this story. Or maybe just end up where it began…in my mind🤔. This is madness… you may agree with me🙄.
And this is why you may agree with me. There is nothing as dependable as the rising and the setting of the sun. The sun always rises in the morning and sets in the evening. It has never changed in the six thousand years or even if it’s millions of years we have been on this planet.
Yes…, that big yellow ball in the sky that gives us the light we need. Always majestically climbs up the sky in the morning. And always descends the sky every evening. It never disappoints.
I think it is the one thing that is very dependable on this planet. It provides the light we need and at the right time.
The sun gives us the light needed for photosynthesis. Which means the sun helps the plants to make their food. Then later we get to eat this food.
There is a whole lot of science about the benefits of the sun. But the one the thing we know for sure is that the sun will never disappoint.
Like the sun, this is also the same for our God. He too never disappoints. He is the one who made the sun.
And there isn’t even one single day that the Lord God forgot to set it. And it just remained there in the middle of the sky the whole day.
Nope….ever single day. The sun rises. And every single day the sunsets.
Proverbs 3:5…. With all your heart you must trust the Lord and not on your own judgement. Always let him lead you and he will clear the road for you.
Our God is dependable. So we should put our trust in him and allow him to guide our lives. I am sure he will guide us in the good paths of life.