Last updated on January 7th, 2024 at 10:53 am
Problems will always be a part of your life.
On your own, you win some and you lose some.
Have you ever heard someone say that? I used to hear it all the time and now I get what it really means.
When you add the word “but” after something, you basically cancel out everything that took place before the but (no pun intended). For example:
“I love you BUT….” (no true love there. It’s likely conditional)
“You’re pretty BUT…” (you aren’t really that pretty in that person’s eyes or they wouldn’t be focusing on what they see as the flaw)
It’s not exclusive to what’s said either. It also applies to happenings and things going on.
You’re sick BUT… God already took care of that thing.
You don’t have the money to pay all your bills BUT…God will supply all your needs.
See how that works?
The next time you are facing what may seem like an insurmountable problem, don’t worry. Get that “But” of the way and Remember, there is a God and He is on your side!
Spirit Food for Thought:
“ But God, who is rich in mercy, because of His great love with which He loved us,” Ephesians 2:4