The holidays, Christmas and New Year’s, are over. While most students return to school tomorrow, college kids are left to while away another three weeks. We can work, we can study, we can travel, and we can relax. On this break each of us is anxious to get on with life — whatever that means. We want to figure out our lives and have everything mapped out.
But all that takes time, and time is so precious that we don’t know what to do with it, for it seems that every moment could be used in a better way. Applying for one internship seems a waste of time when you weigh the probabilities of being accepted. Perhaps, you think, there is a more feasible internship elsewhere, and you stop the application process to find that other internship.
And suddenly you give up. Or nearly.
But there’s no reason to be discouraged.
Tonight on 跟著音樂去旅行, 介文 spoke about faith. Quoting famous singers like 蔡琴, 介文 gave several definitions of faith, including:
– peace in the midst of everything
– playing the game of life, but knowing that God is watching over you
We need to hold on to the vision that God has given us. We need to have faith that he has called us according to his good purpose.
It’s only the second day of the new year; don’t give up hope; don’t lose faith.
What does faith mean to you?