Thursday, February 7, 2013
We learn early on that certain shapes fit into certain spaces.
Sometimes, this is a lesson that bears repeating in adulthood.
I have been rather sad for the last couple weeks as it has become clear that our path is not what I thought because we were not the right fit. As close as the star might be to the cross, it won't fit. The oval will not conform to the circle. The triangle will not morph into another shape just to go through.
The redeeming fact of the matter is that though certain shapes won't fit just anywhere, they do fit somewhere. The do fit in the shape that was created for it.
While I grieve the loss of placement of where I wanted to be, I believe that there is a place created just for us. And while I feel a twinge of guilt in the loss we have created, I also believe there is a perfect fit for that space as well.
Many are the plans in a man's heart,
but it is the Lord's purpose that prevails.