Life can often feel blah/hopeless/yuk/depressing and one asks, “God, where are you?!?”

Sometimes all we need is a perspective change. “Don’t shuffle along, eyes to the ground, absorbed with the things right in front of you. Look up, and be alert to what is going on around Christthat’s where the action is. See things fromhisperspective.” (Colossians 3:2 –

“I see You in everything, all day, And every beat of my heart keeps reminding me, I see You in every little thing, all day.” Watch Toby Mac’s Everything ( and ask God to show you the world through His eyes today.



If the Laws of Thermodynamics are to be believed, stuff tends toward increased disorder and decay, especially if left to their own devices. The evidence is all around. Given the right conditions (boredom, rage, stupidity), how long does it take for things to “decay or deteriorate”? The Earth truly broke at the Fall. But God

Check out Ecclesiastes 3:1-11 here:

The rhythms of many people’s lives are set to the beat of the disorder and decay around them. Yet Jesus says that He has set/planted eternity in our hearts and minds (v11). This is a divinely implanted sense of a greater purpose which nothing but God can satisfy. So when you feel that there’s more to this life, that’s God



If you’re anything like me, you left the cinema after watching the latest Avengers movie, Infinity War, broken. When some of our favourite heroes drift away, their bodies fading into dust, I was shaken to my core.

What next?
Where have they gone?

Lately I’ve seen the parallel between that, and Genisis 3:19 ( where it says we are from dust, and to dust we shall return. This may seem depressing, but isn’t it incredible that as Jesus followers, that’s not the end.

We don’t have to ask “What’s next?”.
We know our time here is short-lived, but our time in Heaven is eternal.



I am a big fan of C.S. Lewis. He had said some really wise things in his time.
Check this out:
“The next best thing to being wise oneself, is to live in a circle of those who are.”

Isn’t that brilliant!? Choose your company well.
Who are your friends?
Do they bring you down?
Do they speak life and encouragement to you?
Or do they speak destruction and negativity over you?

We are blessed because we don’t have to do life alone. But we must be wise when choosing who we journey with and who we share our lives with!

Read Proverbs 13:20 (