Construction sites are normally messy, as wood, concrete, supplies, and equipment are strewn all over the place.
Yet, it’s well understood that the architect and his foreman know exactly what’s going on toward accomplishing the finished product.
We too, are buildings under construction, and the site (or sight of us) is often messy.
Portions of our souls or bodies may lie broken or neglected, while the Contractor is working in a different area of the site. And we are a lot more complex than a skyscraper.
In addition, we’re in constant contact with other “construction sites”, fellow believers enduring the same process whose lives seem as messy or more than our own.
The Sabbath was made for man—to rest.
Rest in the assurance that your Father, a Master Builder knows perfectly how His project is going and how to bring it to completion.
He who began a good work in you will be faithful to complete it unto the day of Christ Jesus. Philippians 1:6
Your life may feel like a mess, even a wreck at the moment. Try to relax and trust the one who is Designer, Architect, Contractor, and Foreman to build you right and beautiful.
–by George Whitten