In all of our lives there are things we can't explain. Events and moments that have taken place that seem impossible. Simply understanding the beginning of all things is something beyond our ability. These are the kinds of things that have caused us to begin using terms and expressions like Luck, Chance, and Karma.
But I submit that all of these are only mediocre attempts to throw a blanket over the reality that there is surely something bigger going on around us. And not only around us, but deep in our bones we feel it. You and I were meant to live for so much more.
Was it Luck
that began to form life out of nothing? Or was it only Chance
that this whole universe has come into perfect balance? Perhaps Karma
explains the cosmos?
I completely understand why man has made such things. Because deep in our souls there is a craving to understand ourselves and our existence. We need to understand the 'how' and 'why'. For some, Luck is deep enough to satisfy their hunger. Others settle on Chance, and it seems as though only the psuedo-wise and learned speak loftily of Karma.
Perhaps there is some truth to these things. But I am confident that, "All truth is God's truth.
" Which is a concise way of saying, "If anything is true in all creation, it is because God has designed it to be that way." But I wonder if you have ever stopped to examine this 'Christ' that so many hastily speak of? Wouldn't it seem right for such a controversial man to be frequently mis-represented? I mean, take any important figure in government today, their words are more heavily manipulated than any other. And by the end of the day, no one is really sure what to believe. This is why it is so beautiful that we have the Bible. Because these words are Christ's, and though many have underrgone differing translations, the heart of the Creator is omnipresent within them.
I do not know your story. And you do not know mine. But I do know that we share a common desire within our bones. We were meant to live for so much more than Luck, Chance, or Karma. We were meant to live for Christ, who is the center of everything. I am not suggesting that you go join the local church, I am suggesting that you pursue this one they call, "The Savior", whatever that means for you. I am no fool, and I have searched and wondered about this man, only to find out that he is more than a man. He is God, come down from Heaven to bring us back with him.
There is always Hope when you know the truth of Christ.