Just being real. It’s on my heart today. I’ve heard of this quote in different ways. But I really like it this way. To me, this simply means, that every single person has something they’ve been through, that I will simply just never be able to relate. While I’ve been through a tragic event in my life, and how I handled it, and how it greatly changed my perspective on people–to me, every single person I see now could’ve had a kidney transplant, been healed of cancer, lost their family member, lost their job, had a rough growing up, was delivered from drugs…the list is never ending . Each of us could have had something similar, but perhaps a completely different ending.; I couldn’t possibly know their struggles, their pains, their anger, their guilt; It could be similar, but ne-ver exactly the same-especially when I don’t know their life history. I couldn’t possibly tell you how to handle a situation if I’ve never been through it myself. I can’t tell how you should’ve handled yourself, how to live, how to breathe. I wasn’t there.. I’m not you. All I can say is what I recently told a friend… Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God. Hebrews 12:2 KJV I’ll never understand. But He does. . . . . . #seekhim #jesus #measureofaman #walkamile #delivered #kidneytransplant #trusthim #trustjesus #pray #jesusheals #jesuslovesyou #heartsurgery #fromtheheart

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