S W I P E 👈🏼 L E F T
The guy who holds the record for the Rubik's Cube did it in 5.55 seconds. The neat thing about it is if you’re really good at it, you love it. The horrible thing about it is if you’re not good at it, you absolutely hate it. And the most painful thing about the Rubik's Cube is almost everyone can get one side.
The funny thing about life, and I think the greatest pain in life and why we struggle, is that a lot of times we can only get one side. We can get one aspect of our life right and it seems like once we get that all figured out something is falling apart somewhere else.
In fact, if we’re not getting one area right we have a tendency as people to try to overcompensate and pile up a bunch of weights on the other areas making ourselves think that we’re getting balance in our lives. But you can’t put more on one side if you don’t have enough for the other sides. It just doesn’t work that way. However, Jesus wants us to have abundant life.
John 10:10 says this: The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.
Each of us have been given time, talents, and treasures. All of these things are areas of our life that God is trying to get us to give and surrender to Him. He’s not just looking for one side of the Rubik’s Cube because that doesn’t bring you abundant life. He wants all of it. Because if we sow them sparingly we reap sparingly and if we sow them bountifully we reap bountifully. In other words, what you give is what you get. So take some time today to consider how you give of yourself and if there's anything you should change in order to live a more abundant life. #foodforthought