Transportation Troubles

On yesterday, one of my friends shared an inspirational story with me, that not only made me smile, but caused me to think extremely hard. The jiffs of it, tells why people don’t like to be uncomfortable during seasons of uncertainty, and the things they have to endure to get to their destination. It continued by stating that our trials and tribulations, is the method God uses to transport us from one area of our lives, to the next. After reading the message, I smiled, became a little tearful, angry, but then relieved. While it made me happy to know that what I’ve experienced for the past 6 months is only temporary, I was emotional and a quite upset with God, because I didn’t like the travel plans He gave me.

I have experienced some of the absolute worst “transportation troubles” for a long time! I know there is a better way, but I know He had me to go a certain way for a reason; I’m just not sure of it yet. Since I’m so used to driving and being in charge, I figured this was God’s way of telling me He had to “take the wheel,” because I had veered off course one too many times. Needless to say, I’m still sitting in the passenger seat, with my arms fold, starring out the window, all the while asking, “Are we there yet?” This has been a very long journey and uncomfortable ride, but I know sooner than later, I’m going to be awaken by God’s voice saying, “We’re here!”

The ride may be long, bumpy, and come to a stop at times, but it won’t be long before you get to where you’re supposed to be!

Until next time my NOTE takers!

Deetra La’Rue

Published by Deetra La'Rue

Here, I strive to positively impact the lives of others, by way of scripture, poems and my own life experiences. Follow me, as I introduce you into the wonderful world of storytelling!

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