A Note From
Don’t you remember the old Rubiks cube? To be perfectly honest, I don’t think I ever solved it. I guess I didn’t have the patience as a young kid nor the desire to accomplish such a seemingly unproductive task. Even if I got somewhat close, I would just give up.
The goal of course, was to have each side all the same color.
While I was in Romania on our recent missions trip, I was watching a young boy trying to solve one during our game-time.
I remember thinking how God intricately moves things around in our lives, then one day, it all seems to come together.
We spend our lives trying to make sense of things. As I was watching that little abandoned child attempting to bring those colors together, I thought about his own life.
Beautiful colors of hope that God was bringing together. God’s loving hands directing and gently maneuvering the many unresolved pieces of his life.
Thank goodness that God never gives up!
We move to the left when we should’ve gone right. Our attempts to get green with green seem to be farther than when we even started. One side “kind of close” the other 5 sides, a disheveled mess.
The little boy finally put the cube down unsolved. I smiled, God was still holding him, with joy, moving the pieces of his life.
29. "Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? Yet not one of them will fall to the ground outside your Father’s care. 30. And even the very hairs of your head are all numbered. 31. So don’t be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows."