"If God be for us, who can be against us?" Romans 8: 31I believe life is a game consisting of two teams. One team is doing all it can to keep us living in fear of our surroundings and people around us by constantly coming up with strategies and rules to keep us in more fear and bondage. It is quite understandable really because these rules keep the System in place. For instance, if everyone was kind to one another, many people's livelihood would be at stake. There will be no need for the army, doctors, insurance companies, lawyers, police, politicians and even religion.
While one team is busy distracting us with fear strategies, the other team is actively setting us free and uniting us with our good.
As I was walking into town this morning, I had this urge to drink some water. I remembered a library I usually walk past had water so I stopped in and had some.
When I came out of the library and crossed over the road, I noticed this elderly lady standing near the traffic lights. After I said hello to her, she asked me if I knew where she could catch her bus. I pointed to a bus stop across the road but she said she couldn't see it. She asked me if I could walk her across. I had to slow down my pace considerably to walk with her. My friend also seemed terrified of crossing the road so I kept reassuring her that she was safe with me. On the other side, her bus had just left the bus stop and was waiting at the traffic light. I beckoned to the driver to open the doors for the woman but he shook his head. As I continued to wave at the driver, he opened the front doors to tell me that he couldn't take us. While he was speaking, I pushed the woman on board and said to the driver that the woman needed to get on. Fortunately, there was a seat available right in front that would make it easy for her to speak to the driver.
In this game, the rules were attempting to keep us from our good. If I had followed the unwritten rules of that library which states only users are allowed to drink water from the water machine then I wouldn't have gone in. In any case, I usually use that library at least once a week but I didn't want to use it at that particular time, I just wanted some water. So I went in and helped myself to some.
According to the rules, we're not supposed to speak to strangers but I said hello to the elderly lady and helped her catch her bus. According to the rules, the bus driver wasn't allowed to open the doors once he'd left the bus stop. When he opened the doors to explain, I pushed the woman on board as she needed to get on.
In this game, Love won.
In truth, Love always wins because those who are on Love's side are greater than those opposing Love. I believe Love's team has infinite players.
With infinity on my side, who can be against me?
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