We each have our own situations that God has put, just so, in our lives. As we stand and look at whatever that is, we must choose whether to accept God’s placement in our garden or to spend our life hating it.
I was walking through our vegetable garden one day in early summer, looking at the pretty little plants growing so nicely where Gary and I had placed them. There was the summer squash on the front row, along with some zucchini. The tomatoes were already inside their tomato cages that Gary had put up, and behind them were our okra plants. Cucumbers were on the side of the garden near the tall oak tree. We have a simple garden this year, not as full as it sometimes is, but enough for us and hopefully some to share with others.
Everything was where it should be, growing as we had hoped at this point, with no visible bugs or other problems that I could see. Weeds hadn’t started taking over yet, either, so I felt content as I turned to leave the garden.
But wait. What was this?
I stopped between…
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