However, just as the Texas sun splashed against the horizon leaving all her glory on the field, I thought of Afghanistan, and Haiti, and the other places in our world where hurt permeates everywhere. In the middle of our scrimmage, the hurt for others pierced a sky only God could create and made me pause.
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But as I begin to break down and cry out to my God, I’m reminded of this truth: I am not alone.
He was given to us to raise.
And the man that’s raising him is having a small hand in raising a lot of other young men, too.
But here’s the thing — no job has perfect hours, and every employer expects their employees to be present when the job requires them to work. And when I remember this, I’m on my way back to reality.
There will always, ALWAYS, be opposition when we are determined to shine light in dark places. Satan is NOT happy about it and WILL throw up barrier after barrier to stop us.
Then he said, “Man is not good alone. Especially this one.”