We were out of milk. We were out of bread.
A short window of time and a decision to make, I had two options: hit the closest grocery store where I shop less often, or drive farther down the road where I could shop with my eyes closed. Surely the advantage of knowing the exact location of every item would make up for lost travel time, right?
A few minutes after reasoning myself past store #1, I was entering my favorite store #2. All was according to plan, or was it?
To my surprise, the milk aisle had vanished. Let me rephrase that, the aisle was still there, but the milk wasn’t.
Suddenly, I felt lost in what used to be familiar territory.
So what I’m trying to say is this:
Change is uncomfortable, so we run to the familiar, only to find our familiar has changed. Nothing in this world stays the same forever.
Look forward to change, be excited, and do not fear what could be the greatest growth spurt of your life.
He changes relationships; environments; jobs; ministries…
Whether our change is huge like moving to a new country, or small like moving our milk, one thing never changes: God. He is our constant.
When we face change in the midst of unfamiliar territory, our Unchangeable God holds our right hand.
Trust Him, He knows where the milk went.