Isn’t it Ironic? 24MAR
I have this song stuck in my head by Alanis Morrissette – Isn’t it Ironic? don’t ya think?!!! A little too ironic…
Isn’t it ironic that God DOES go before us and we MUST follow to look for His hand in our blessings.
Isn’t it ironic that my neighbors were setting off fireworks last night while I was gardening – because home and stir crazy people find things to do.
Isn’t it ironic that people used to get snowed in all the time and were fine, and we are called to be enjoying home time with no snow.
Isn’t it ironic people think they don’t know what to do cooped up at home, when many of us really need a month just to catch up!
Isn’t it ironic that the cat who sleeps all day wakes me up to work.
Isn’t it ironic that my retreat group stressed about stopping to retool, but the retreat they didn’t have would have been canceled anyway…
Isn’t it ironic that the Lord worked me thru the task of canceling VBS last year, then gave me MORE work for Him. Now not running it this year I don’t have stress about preparations that would’ve be iffy. When the season starts, I will hope to help someone else catch up with theirs.
Isn’t it ironic that I had no idea how to get my family together in one place, especially me, and now each night we have been praying to the Lord.
Isn’t it ironic that I asked the Lord why I had gotten a good bonus this year, and finished my taxes early, there must be something that I needed that money for – that He knew before I knew, He needed me to steward that money for Him, people to share with, my debts to pay down a little, as well as cover extra expenses for my family, and there are!
Isn’t it ironic that the world slows down – but our WORK SPECIFICALLY FOR HIM speeds up.
Isn’t it ironic that I gave birth 6 weeks early, July 2001, which I didn’t understand, to my daughter, but then I was in a good routine with her by the time 9-11 occurred and she got me thru that day and those times with purpose. And as she went to school a year early and then college a year early, she got that all in when she should have been a high school senior this year. Isn’t it ironic that she got a prom, graduation, college visits, and fearless college year (3/4) to enjoy and mature – all that would have been different if she were born “on time” in September like these other 18yr olds. Isn’t it ironic that God’s differing timing was gifted timing.
Isn’t it ironic that my broken tooth was fixed just in time before my dentist closed, I got in to a private office because they cancelled their appointments.
Isn’t it ironic that I decided to donate blood last week even if the social distancing was semi-compromised, but then my iron was just barely too low and I was deferred. There are hidden blessings we can’t see.
Isn’t it ironic that life timing gets reset for this or that, which is beyond our understanding… but it always works out…
Isn’t it ironic that God takes care of us even when we can’t see beyond ourselves.
Isn’t it ironic that the Lord draws us closer when we think about fear and death in order to give us peace and life.
Isn’t it ironic all the things that you or I are thinking about but don’t have time to mention here, God has taken care of.
Isn’t it ironic that things that haven’t happened yet, He already knows how to take care of.
Isn’t it ironic that God ALREADY knows how He is going to get us thru today, if only we look for His Peace.
“Isn’t it ironic”…
“Who would have thought, it figures…”
Isn’t it ironic, no it’s truth in the Lord, that we have to trust, that we must have faith without sight…
Isn’t it not ironic that the Lord is here and sends help in droves.
“… Rejoice in the Lord always. Again I will say, rejoice! Let your gentleness be known to all men. The Lord and His Peace is at hand.
Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:4-7