Tuesday, January 10, 2012


My wife and I realized when we moved into our new house that it differed from our former residence in several ways. A different number of stories, a much smaller yard, differently configured driveway, and much less storage distinguished it from the former house. We have adapted to the new house, and for the most part, like it very much. Living in it, however, forced adjustment on our part. Many years ago, I heard a speaker named Jack Exum say, "There is one constant in life: Change. I call it the TC principle: Things Change." Another phenomenon almost as regular: Change breeds resistance to change. At times, I or my wife have struggled with the changes in daily operations we have had to make to adjust to the new house. We have, however, changed. Even successful resistance to change produces change from the original, even if only in attitudes of those involved.

1 comment:

Sharon said...

Change is not very comforting, but we have to get through it, and as your blog title says, God is our comfort even in this. What would we do without that comfort? I hurt for those who not only don't have that, but don't even want it. So many blessings in Christ.