If you put your mind to it, you can take control and be responsible for every decision you make. The following paragraphs will reflect the best practices to regain control of your emotions.
“So he will sprinkle many nations, and kings will shut their mouths because of him. For what they were not told, they will see, and what they have not heard, they will understand.” Isaiah 52:15
It doesn't matter where we live. What language do we speak. What social class do we belong to. What studies we were able to achieve. What our musical tastes are. What kind of food is traditional in our city. If there is one thing we have in common, it is that we are faithful to Jesus. This is why we are known all over the world. We have a family that lives at home. From that place and among our beings, we must reinvent ourselves, understand each other and care for each other. We are also a worldwide family. United in spirituality and prayer. Following the teachings of the Holy Spirit, from the sacred writings to the miracles present in our daily lives. Our Father is faithful and it is part of his being and essence. We can lean and rely on him to keep us going when difficulties arise. It is also God the Father who guides us in His divine plan to be able to face and understand his messages (through specific situations).
He made the earth by his power; he founded the world by his wisdom and stretched out the heavens by his understanding.” Jeremiah 51:15
If we find ourselves traveling through a desert area, with no shade in sight, high temperatures, and a sun that cracks the earth, it is very likely that we are wishing at that very moment that a group of clouds will appear and cover the sun. Or for those clouds to bring a thunderstorm to alleviate the situation. For someone who lives in a cold area, where most of the year clouds and rain are commonplace, would be eager to see the sun and feel his skin burn with the rays emanating from that great star that dominates our solar system. How relative can be the desire or situation in which we find ourselves, right? What makes the perception is totally opposite from each other?
Our Heavenly Father does not make mistakes. His divine plan is laid out and designed so that we can all equally enjoy the foundations and certainties on which the Holy Spirit is based. We must keep God in mind at all times and in all places. His Word teaches us to see beyond the clouds that hide the sun. To see beyond the tree that covers the forest.
“The Lord is my rock, my fortress, and my deliverer; my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold.” Psalm 18:2
Of course, we have a very obvious assignment if we desire and want to have God in our hearts. For that, we must demonstrate with concrete facts that we wish to remain faithful to Him. Praying and complying daily with respect to the divine message of salvation. We will always be listened to and offered certainties in moments of uncertainty. Light when we find ourselves in darkness. Peace to overcome situations of violence to others. It will be our lighthouse and our support to be able to reach a good port. Whatever the scenario or situation, Jesus will be present in you and in those around us as brothers and sisters in the Faith.