blame.

It’s natural to blame God for what went wrong. Go ahead. He’s got the shoulders for it.

But you know what I’ve found? His love is so strong for you that he will let you rant and rave and scream.  He’ll let you sulk and be miserable.

Have you ever witnessed a child doing the same? Do you still love him or her? Do you have compassion for the child’s short-sightedness? Of course you do.

But then there comes a time to let it go and move on. But you can only do so if you want to. And God will prompt you in little ways – just like a parent would with a child. Only God is way better.

Way better.

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