By Greg Gerber
Have you ever spent time with someone who is consumed by worry? It’s exhausting. They see problems under every rock and imagine the worst possible outcome for every situation.
Don’t get me wrong, sometimes we can’t help but worry when we are facing matters of life and death, or we find ourselves so over our heads with serious problems. In those cases, it is very hard not to worry because our ability to see a situation is limited to what we can see directly in front of us.
Fortunately, God has a much higher view of our problem. While we are trudging along through a maze of detours and dead ends, God can see the entire path from start to finish, like the mazes you see on the backs of kids menus in a restaurant.
It is hard for me to describe what it is like to have a peace that transcends all understanding, but there have been a few moments in the past few years where I really don’t have an explanation for the peace I felt in difficult situations.
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