Most of the time in my life is spent on resolving the problems that arise, sometimes there is an issue with my accomodation, or with my roommate, or with my project, or with my body, or with the weather, or with the commute, or with something else. On an average in my day almost 80%of the time is spent on resolving the existing problems. I wonder from where the problems arise, why can't things be how it has to be? Why are there Choas? Why would it rain exactly on the day when I miss to take my umbrella? Why would things mess-up? When I do a deep dive - I can saythe reasonislaziness, carelessness, ignorance, sinfulness.. etc.,
Job 3:20-26 Why is light given to those in misery,
and life to the bitter of soul,
to those who long for death that does not come,
who search for it more than for hidden treasure,
who are filled with gladness
and rejoice when they reach the grave?
Why is life given to a man
whose way is hidden,
whom God has hedged in?
For sighing has become my daily food;
my groans pour out like water.
What I feared has come upon me;
what I dreaded has happened to me.
I have no peace, no quietness;
I have no rest, but only turmoil.
When I think of this worldly life - I would not say even a single person or a single day I can think of spending with out a single problem. The funny thing is I wake up in the morning because I realize I have a problem somewhere. If there are no problems, I doubt if I would ever wakeup. These problems keep me running. I really learnt to call on to God when I want to escape these problems. To me these problems come in because am not in touch with the Lord. But the way it works is interesting, the more problems I solve, many more comes in, and I need to get more closer to God. It has become my way of life. To me the end point for all the problems is Christ Jesus, in whom all things are complete. I just hope that He comes in and fills me completly so that I don't have any further problems.
Psalm 4:8 In peace I will lie down and sleep, for you alone, Lord, make me dwell in safety.
Had there been no drakness, there would be no light.
Had there been no sin, there would be no salvation.
Had there been no death, there would have been no eternal life.
Had there been no ignorance, there would not have been any wisdom.
We focus to much on self and not enough about the Kingdom of God.
I love the line about if I had no problems I would probably never wake up. ..LOL