Don’t you hate that, “We’ve got good news and we’ve got bad news” conversation.
It’s always followed up with the question, “Which one do you want first?”
Neither! Why don’t you go back out the door, fix the bad news and then come back in here with just good news… sound like a plan?
But, it never happens that way. Taking the good with the bad just seems to be one of the natural processes of life:
- You get unexpected cash, and the car breaks down
- You get some time off, you get a cold
- You get married, you… wait, I think you get it
It’s a pattern that plays out almost everyday, but the blessings are hard to see. For example, you would not have had the money to fix the car (bad news) if the unexpected money hadn’t showed up (good news).
This same pattern seems to be confirmed in Continue reading “When you can't wait on hope”