nor is it tomorrow.
Life has many different chapters for us.
Several hard-to-process chapters in a row do not sum up the whole story,
nor do they signal it’s the end of your book.
I sense it's one of the reasons why the combination of December-into-January is such a unique window of times. A part of us is overwhelmed by the beauty, colorful lights and peace of Christmas... and then suddenly we're into a new year and not quite sure if we even understand the past one.
A new year offers many natural transition points, yet when we live according to them we may end up reacting than responding.
Following Jesus means we're able to live for something deeper and supernatural. The "natural" still has its place, but the"supernatural" is where real purpose offers an embrace.
The Bible is filled with life after life, story after story of situations that seemed a certain way for a season only to then experience a turnaround in the next.
It's all about becoming naturally supernatural.
Be aware of the chapter you're in, realizing that the Author is not yet done writing. His penmanship may be slower than yours, but His creativity and sense of the larger narrative is beyond compare.
In fact, try handing Him the pen you tend to want to take out of His hands.
And He who was seated on the throne said, “Behold, I am making all things new.” Also He said, “Write this down, for these words are trustworthy and true.” Rev. 21:5