Changes and Constants

As I get older, I find it is getting harder and harder to adjust to change of any kind.

I find myself wanting to stick to that old adage “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

Change can come through circumstances around you; whether by the decisions of others or by our own actions. It can be voluntary, or it can be forced on us whether we like it or not. It can be a good thing, leading to a better, more joyful existence; or it can lead to confusion, irritation, annoyance, even anger and hatred.

Changes can be hard to deal with.

For myself, changes have come about in my life that have opened up my time during the day. But, even those changes that should be making my life easier are leaving me in a cloud of confusion as I struggle to catch my heart and mind up to the freedom that has come with those differences. These changes have me feeling lost and a little empty.

Did I say change can be hard to deal with?

But, thank God, there can be One Constant in each of our lives. One Person that does not change. One Person that is always there for us to abide in.

One Anchor that can hold us firmly in place against the rising tide of change, confusion, and problems.

Jesus is that One Person.

He is the one Constant in my life that I can TRULY count on.

He is my Anchor in the sea of change that rolls over each of our lives at some point.

Is He yours?

© Drusilla Mott and https://drusillamott.wordpress.com, 2016

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6 thoughts on “Changes and Constants

  1. Amen – I am also saying, if it ain’t broke don’t fix it – a favorite saying of my grandmother! But praise God He never changes and is constant. He is indeed our Majestic Sovereign Lord and King.

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