“Why me?” Have you ever asked that question? If you are like me you probably have. But someone has said that rather than ask “Why me?” Why not ask the question, “Why not me?” Why do we think we are special and should be immune to trials and difficulties? And when we realize that our heavenly Father has our good in view, and that He is working out a plan and purpose in our lives, we should be like David who said, “Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted in me? hope thou in God: for I shall yet praise Him for the help of his countenance” (Psalm 42:5). David realized that there was a time coming when He would see everything that had happened in His life from God’s perspective, and that He would be filled with praise as a result.
If we start the work and school week with this understanding and attitude, we will have a submissive spirit, a happy attitude, and a fruitful experience.
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