So, life for me has begun to get busy. So, please forgive me for not posting in a while. However, in the midst of all the ups and downs and the floods, this blog was on my mind through it all. I asked myself, what could I possibly talk about? Post about? What would even make sense? After so long, what could possibly catch the attention of my followers? Do I even still have an audience? And in my concluded solution for all these questions, I asked myself, does it even really matter? Time is what you make it. Life is what you make it. Of all the things that has been going on in my life, I was seriously worried about a blog and if anyone would even read it and what their opinions would be. Funny, huh?
So, in this post, I would like to talk about the roller coasters of life. That’s right. The common saying, “Life is like a roller coaster.” is going to be manipulated in the post, often.
Life is like a roller coaster. . .
There couldn’t be a more true saying to sum up life. Better yet, life is like an amusement park of roller coasters and you choose which one you want to ride. Ocassionally, the ride you choose turns out to be the outcome you expected. But if you really think about it, the ride you choose is either more than you expected or less than you expected. Either you build yourself up for the ride to be disappointed or you underestimate the ride and it turns out to be more thrilling. In some cases, it can be exactly what you anticipated, making you want to ride it again.
Sometimes, you have to ask yourself, although, is the ride really worth it?
What rollercoaster out of all the rides in the park is really worth the money for my ticket to ride?
The answer is, my friend, living for God is the best ride of life you can expect back what you put in.
Is it easy? Um, no because God’s ways are bigger than ours. Smarter than ours. BETTER than ours. From afar the ride looks simple but when you get on it , there are going to be twists and turns. The ride might get so intense you might cry a little, pray a little, repent a little or even want to get off. BUT, is it worth it? Very much yes. Why? Because out of all the guessing which ride is going to be satisfactory, God’s comes with a guarantee. A guarantee that at the end we will enter Heaven. In the end, there will be no more worries, stresses, bills, people’s opinions, hurt, depression, fear and the list goes on. In the end, it is GUARANTEED, life abundantly forever with love, joy and most of all God. All those turns and jolts will be worth it. And you will get back what you put in and then some.
So, I encourage you, through this post today to just try Jesus. Don’t underestimate the ride and don’t stop the ride because you’re scared, worried or just plain out tired. Everything we go through for God is more than well worth it in the end. We just have to hold on and stay strong until the ride is over.