Wednesday, August 19, 2009

The Reversal of Destiny

Session Six took some work, but watching it all come together at the end was so worth it. Learning about the reversal of destiny was really interesting. Beth touched on this, and I think it needs repeating: Sometimes god uses the very thing that we thought we would be the end of us to his glory. What an awesome reversal of destiny. Nothing is wasted. I don't know about you, but I'm glad for that.

Share what you consider to be your reversal of destiny in the comments this week. I will get back on track and actually post on Tuesday next week. It will be the first day of school, so I'll have a nearly empty house. Oh, the mixed emotions that come with that day!

1 comment:

  1. I didn't realize my reversal of destiny until today, but it is profound to me. My Grandpa was diagnosed with terminal cancer just weeks after I graduated from high school. Having to look the impending death of a loved one square in the face led to me examine my faith and figure out what I really believed. I started to read my Bible and seek the Lord in a way I never had before. Shortly after Grandpa passed away I became a Christian. Watching him look at his future with a peace that passes understanding paved the way for me. I am so thankful.