What do you do when you have daily struggles?
It’s been a WHOLE week since I wrote but, that’s because I’ve been busy and sadly been a little sick 🙁
But, luckily today I feel a little better to talk about something IMPORTANT that happened to me this past week: Reflecting on God’s Creation.
Earlier this week, I had to run a couple of errands. I had to wake up earlier than usual but, it was all worth it. I managed to leave at a reasonable time and while going down the driveway, I had gotten to experience the most beautiful sunrise I had ever seen. I’ve seen plenty of sunsets but, I have never seen a sunrise. It was one of those moments that I just had to stop:
Stop whatever that was running and just appreciate what was in front of me.
Have you ever experienced something like that?
It’s like peace is still for once. In that one moment, all my worries went away. In that sunrise, I was reminded of God’s faithfulness.
God created the earth in 7 days. He created that sunrise and that sunset. He created light and darkness and for light to always come after darkness. It is a reminder from Him that it’s a brand new day and that whatever struggles you may be going through, just know there is always a light somewhere rising.
The earth itself has its own daily struggles. But, it is awakened by this beautiful sunrise and it reminds itself that it’s a new day. A new day to start fresh.
While enjoying this beautiful moment, my phone automatically played this song: Hosanna by Israel Houghton and that tied the perfect moment altogether. Sometimes, we need to forget about our pains and struggles and just reflect on God’s creation.
God was patient when He created this earth. He took the time to make everything perfect in His hands.
We get too comfortable doing the same thing every day. When we do something extra, (like waking up early), we don’t get to experience these wonderful moments.
So, if today has already started not so good for you, wake up early the next day and see that sunrise. Believe me, it will leave you at peace for the rest of day.
Many blessings to all!