One day I’m going to bungee cord.
I’m going to let them strap me in and I’ll step off. I’ll swoop down like a bird, and then boomerang back up. It’s on my bucket list and I’ll post pictures when it happens.
Maybe some of you will be with me, and we’ll do it together!
As exciting as this sounds, I don’t want the same experience in my faith. I don’t want to feel like I’m stepping off a ledge, only to plummet and then swoop back up. But let’s get real, that can happen.
A good day = up.
A bad day = down.
On a good day, God is good. On a good day, I am good. On a good day, life is working out like I hoped and so God must be in control.
On a bad day, God has forgotten me. I wonder if he sees what is going on. I question whether faith is worth it. Doesn’t faith equal a good life?
On Day #11 of Living a Life of Thank You, we are going to dismiss the myth that good or bad days determine our worth, God’s love, or our capacity for joy.