My mom gave me a pot of sunflowers two weeks ago. She knew my history with keeping flowers alive and told me this is a simple starter plant, easy to keep alive. Just needs full sunlight and water now and then.
Sunlight. Water. Got it.
I stuck it in a patch of light on my back porch, up for the challenge that’s *supposed* to be easy.
Well I’ve since forgotten about said flowers and today I found them wilted, dried up and dead.
But it did rain since I set them out there, so I think God was trying to help me out. But alas, they are still goners.
So, this is either a test of my perseverance. Or a clear sign that I was not born to have flowers.
I believe it’s the latter.
And I think we all do that sometimes—see the things we struggle at and assume we’re just not made for them. But maybe they’re really a test of our perseverance.
Maybe the very things that need to bloom in your life aren’t the things that come easy but the things God wants to grow Y O U through, too.
Give those raw and delicate parts of your heart lots of Light and water em with the Word – with the well that never runs dry.
And the Lord will guide you continually and satisfy your desire in scorched places and make your bones strong; and you shall be like a watered garden, like a spring of water, whose waters do not fail.