Problem .. 5 minutes..GO
The first problem is that there is no such thing as one problem. Today filled with one issue after another, and I can admit to having a strong feeling or two about technology.
Never mind that I have five minutes and one word to point to God.
As I make my way through some difficult circumstances, God is always there. In my deepest pain, he soothes and comforts. As I sit here, drowning in the addiction cycle that haunts our family, my Savior is my life raft. For the many ways he provides and comforts, you would expect there to be one flaw, but it does not exist.
So what is the problem? Could it be that I am forgetful and overwhelmed by the world, that I miss His presence? Have I allowed situations to rise higher than God? Yes. The problem is mine, not His. I imagine I am not alone. When troubles increase, my mind doubles in thoughts, and finding the space to bring it all down, silence myself, and meditate in Christ becomes less.
I am a work in progress. To live fully in Jesus, means you learn your own flaws, and correct them. Our Father is a perfect one. His love will walk us through and teach us what we need to know.