God sees what I can't!

It is so easy wonder why life has 'panned out as it has...

It is too simple to throw the eyes to Heaven and even yell - WHY?...

It is of little surprise that some raise their fists to heaven in daring foolishness...

Enjoy this brief note from a Master of Faith:

One plant grows best in the sheltered valley, another by the water's edge, another on the bleak mountaintop swept by storms.

God places every tree or plant in the locality where the conditions of its growth exist — and does God give more thought to trees and plants, than to His own children?

He places us amid the circumstances and experiences in which our life will grow and ripen the best!#

Don't forget:

My Lord can see what I can't see. 

For the Lord watches over the way of the righteous, but the way of the wicked leads to destruction. (Psalm 1:6)

Today's Soul Snippet:

'Fruit is always elusive when a crop is sown among thorns'. ~ Michael Cartwright

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#Written by James Rupert Miller (1840-1912), a Presbyterian pastor from Pennsylvania