In life, we are faced with questions -- questions like whether we should really brush our teeth or not, what color of underwear we should wear, or even whether we want to go to work or not. Those are simple everyday things we ask ourselves. And then there are other questions --- questions that come out of thin air and just rattle our very core. Now, these questions are bigger than us, bigger than life itself because it is about life itself.
Why are things the way they are?
Why don't things always happen as planned?
Why is my heart broken?
Why do I exist?
Once or twice or maybe everyday even, we are constantly haunted by these questions. Let's face it, we do not have the slightes idea where we will get the answers. We can try to fool ourselves by creating superficial answers to these queries. But we will never figure it out no matter how we much justification we do.
I recently attended one of the services of Victory Christian Fellowship. Having attended one years back, I sorta had an idea what to expect. Surprisingly, it really had an impact on me. The topic of the service is along the questions, "What can make us truly happy?". I have been in doubt for years and I can barely remember the last time I was able to consult with someone and was really given an advice that was real. Real, in a sense that I realized that he may right.
Each of us has a road we have to travel on our own. We will struggle and we may lose sight of the road ahead of us, but we will always go back to the road designed for us. The situations and things we had, we are, and we will be going through are specifically for us.
It was destiny for me to go there and experience God again. I actually ripped my pants during the day and had planned to go home right after work, but something urged me to go and see for myself.
I am on a quest to find answers and a journey with Him to find these answers. It will be a long journey, but I'm excited. As I go through this journey, I will be encountering hurdles I've never encountered but I'm sure it'll be worth it.
We have been looking for answers all our lives and sometimes we find the answers we want but sometimes we don't. We even sometimes forget to consider during our search that maybe, just maybe, we haven't been asking the right questions.
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