The Apostle Paul said to encourage one another as long as it's called "Today." What day is it?
Do you ever have one of those days where you wonder, "How in the world did I get here?"We analyze some of our most recent or not so recent decision that became stones on our path. We replay events that were out of our control and have altered the path leading us to this day. As a result, we become trapped in our head, uncertain of who we are, where we are, and where we are going.
In the sprints of our days we rush, grinding it out, to achieve and obtain. When we do pause and look around it's often not to appreciate what we have but compare ourselves with others. That's a deadly trap. We are NOT a finished product. We are not who we were. AND we're definitely not who we're going to be
No substitute will fill this need in you for human relationship. Not money. Not achievement. Not busyness. Not books. Not even God Himself. Even though this man was in a state of sinless perfection, he was "alone.' And it was "not good."