We are the writers of our own stories…living out what has been predestined and orchestrated by the Creator. And some of our stories have muddy places because we haven’t paid attention and managed to mess things up a little. But a muddy chapter doesn’t stain the whole story.
We are the writers of our own stories…living out what has been fashioned before time and approved without our consent by the Creator. Some of our stories get confusing in places because we get tangled up and misdirected. A confusing chapter, oddly, is the foundation for eye-opening chapters later on in the story.
We are the writers of our own stories…living out what has been called into order, awaiting time and manifestation set by the Creator. Some of our stories, though, get stifled because we are following trends rather than truth. But a chapter not quite fulfilled is one of hope, promise, and potential.
There is always another chapter to be written. There is always purpose left to fulfill. We are always writing the story, and the story is always going to contain ups and downs. The muddy places get cleaned up. The confusing chapters get clear with epiphany or knowledge and understanding. We celebrate the breakthroughs after we’ve been stifled in certain chapters. Mostly, our struggles are the pathways to our successes. So be encouraged because another chapter is an open door to good things. A new chapter is the refreshing you need to regroup and accomplish the things you’ve been working towards. Don’t get lost in the twists and crazy things happening as you go. Keep that pen in your hand. Day and night. Don’t lose sight. And remember, no one could ever read the story, if someone didn’t write it.