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Divine Intervention

We all live such hectic busy lives, always on the go, always having somewhere to be, time is money. A lot of us are stretched so thin fitting even meals into our day can be hard, we don’t have time to waste on inconvenience that’s sometimes placed in our path. It seems like it never fails that when we’re running late we run into traffic jams, hit every red light or get stuck behind the slowest driver on the road. We’re quick to anger, cuss under our breath or honk the horn, but have you ever paused and thought maybe this is the universes way of giving you time to catch your breath or God maybe slowing you down to avoid something else. It maybe a divine intervention.

Look back through your life, was there ever a time in your life that you where struggling financially. You where doing everything you possibly could to make ends meet yet it still wasn’t enough. You where worried you couldn’t put food on the table and out of no where one of your friends called and invited you over for dinner. You didn’t have enough gas for the week and you just so happened to find a $20 bill on the ground. Have you ever gotten a raise at the exact moment you car had mechanical issues or picked up a new client or two right after you lost one. That’s divine intervention

People come in and out of your life. Some come for a reason to teach you something, help you somehow, build you up or open your eyes to a new perspective. Some people are only in your life for a season your school friends that walk the halls each day and once you graduate you’ll never see them again, colleagues that work with you during your summer job, or you neighbor you use to hang out with before you moved. Then there are people that come into you life and they are there for a life time, they can be family members you lean on during hard times, your best friend you consider your “person” the one that knows all your secrets and always has your back or your spouse that’s your soul mate that can make a bad day good simply with a hug or a kiss, the one that sees you at your worse and still thinks your beautiful. People are placed in your path at the exactly right moment and they also leave perfectly timed too. It’s divine intervention.

My list can go on and on with different ways things always work out and how the universe will always align perfectly at the right time, but my point is, you can’t control nothing other then how you act and react to what you face, you can’t force people to love you, treat you good or stay in your life, you can’t rub two pennies together to get a dollar or magically grow a money tree. You can’t force road construction to happen on your schedule or wiggle you nose and part the traffic jam.  All you can do is have faith everything will work out how it’s supposed to, do the best you can with what you’ve got, and trust divine intervention. Next time you’re stuck in traffic breath and understand you may have been spared from a horrible accident or when you get laid off from your job stay hopeful it’s because a even better opportunity is about to present itself. That long time boyfriend may have cheated or walked out but that may have made you available for Mr. Right. Hard times come, bad things happen but it’s up to you what you want to do with it. Be mindful, thankful and blessed and remember life is not happening to you it’s happening for you.

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