You are a library – your life is a series of books.
Each season of your life is a book. Each day and each moment are written in those books. Some people enter your life and leave. So they are part of some chapters and some books. Some people stay and are part of a lot of your books.
We don’t know the words of every book. When we were born, we couldn’t read yet, so the words from that book were only known to our mothers and maybe our fathers. As we grow older, our reading ability diminishes and we may no longer be able to read the words.
God loves to tour our library and read those books out loud if we will let Him. He wrote them with us and for us.
Sometimes He helps us understand what a book means. Other times He might say that we’re not ready to understand what another book means.
I take great comfort in knowing that He knows every single word of every one of my books. Not only did He write my books alongside me, He also designed the cover and the look of each page. (Every one of my books has a different design.)
Psalm 139:13: “You made all the delicate, inner parts of my body
and knit me together in my mother’s womb.”
(Paul Merrill writes here every First Friday.)