The Lord of the “Whys?”

Photo by Ken Treloar on Unsplash

It is not always in finding the answer but in seeking and finding the One with the answer.  It is so easy to get lost in wondering why something happened / didn’t happen, etc. that we lose sight of the only One Who knows the answer to every question.  He is the Lord of what I don’t know and has the answer to all of my “whys?”  I’ve learned that the point isn’t in always understanding why but finding and knowing Who I was made to know.  After all, things don’t always make sense to us.  The truth is that they only have to make sense to God.

2 thoughts on “The Lord of the “Whys?”

  1. I lay on the hill among a village of multi-colored tulips softly praising creation for their voice as I watched flotillas of clouds racing across the azure sky to engage the sun in battles of rain and storms, replenishing the villages of tulips and their kin.
    This is the kind of rhyme I tried way In the past that was more English words & much less real contemplation. Eventually I became a photographer, leaving the skill of verbal expression to you & your ilk!
    I enjoyed our conversation & admire your pondering the ploys of God. Glad He revealed Himself. (Saw a book as I searched for your blog- Robert Henderson’s book that mentions the ploys of God but has a different title). Your processing in your writing is captivating.
    Get back to you later!

    1. Robert, it was a pleasure to meet you yesterday. Thank you very much for taking the time to read my writing and comment. I think you do have a nicely descriptive way with words. I am grateful to God that you get what I am trying to do with my blog. Regarding photography, my poem, “Freshly Fallen Hope” was inspired by a photography a friend took. At the time I thought of her taking photos and me writing poems inspired by them but it didn’t work out. I will be on the lookout for Robert Henderson’s book. Thanks again for commenting.

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