While on our Arizona vacation last month Anita and I rented a car. We were driving from the Phoenix area up to Sedona, the Red Rock area. As we drove, we could see the high mountainous area ahead of us. It seemed like such a steep grade that we would never get up there. But, as we progressed the winding road, around curves and switchbacks, we soon found ourselves on the other side heading down.
The twists and turns of life are like that. They move us slowly onward, so slow we don’t always recognize that we’re moving onward. But, surely enough, we eventually arrive at life’s destination. To worry about the obstacles up ahead is purposeless. If God has pointed us onward, He will surely take care of the way.
Jesus said, “Do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things” (Matthew 6:34). Think about this today.