At how many crossroads have you been in your life? Can’t remember or just too much to count? And which crossroad has been perhaps the most memorable for you? I wish to say that our life is about crossroads and t-junctions. Difficult to number them because there are just so many… God Has Asked me this question not long ago as to which crossroad would I remember to most? And yes, the most memorable crossroad to me was and still is when He and me has met for the first time, for real. I was crushed into pieces just like a puzzle picture which looks in one moment just “perfect” and in the next is being scattered into many little pieces. But at this crossroad I had new Friend Waiting for me and He Said…”My Boy, I Will rebuild you again so you will be perfect for me”. And after I has answered back to my “Friend” about my most memorable “crossroad”, I have also asked as to what would have happened if I didn’t met Him? I was told…”I Would Have Missed you”.
Taking the correct turn at the crossroad also has brought me to lot more times into tears, for to understand life in general. In fact during this conversation I even said that…”Lord, I have never cried so much in my life till we have met. Men don’t cry, Lord! What’s with my tears?” But than again I had to understand that tears shall be the dwelling of His Spirit.
In you and in me…
When we have taken the wrong turns before (I still do every now and again but at least the main crossroads are out of the way now and All Praise is to Him!!) He Remained Crying for you and me.
“I Cried” He Said…”I Cried because I was trusting and believing in you. I still Do. ”
I have often heard when people were comparing their faiths with each other as to whose faith is bigger and therefore who is the better person/believer. Hence that is not important, in fact it is something we do in the flesh which therefore than isn’t Holy.
But when the Lord Said, “I was Believing in you and I still Do.” , Faith has made a lot more sense with new meanings.
God Is fully Believing in you and me and in us. Therefore the least we can do for Him is to apply our faith in Him. What a beautiful crossroad to get through…