Judy Laib: ‘A life worth living’
September 17, 2010
You may think, "I don't have a life that is worth living."
Yes, you do. Everyone does. We all have great worth.
Another thought might be, "You don't know what I am going through."
That's true, I don't, but I do know many people that have been in similar situations, and they hung in there and things eventually turned out better for them.
I will say, just hoping and even moping over your situation won't change your circumstances, either. You may be thinking, "My problems are hopeless. Things will never change."
This, too, is not true.
I am here to tell you that there is a life worth living. We can have peace and happiness in our lives. We don't have to let circumstances control us.
We can learn to control our circumstances. You may be asking, "How do I do that?"
Peace, happiness, love, victory — all are found in knowing Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. "That's not what I wanted to hear," you might be thinking.
Jesus is the way, the truth and the life, as John 14:6 tells us. He also continues, that no man cometh to the Father but through him.
Dear one, he is your answer. He loves you very much. You are very special to him. He desires you to walk in his love and to know him, so he can do all he wants to do in and through you. No one on this earth will ever love you as much as he does.
He is not surprised at what is happening in your life right now. He is just waiting for you to call on him, and for you to develop a close relationship with him.
Then and only then, will you begin to see that this is a life worth living.