It takes great sensitivity and discretion to discern and understand everything that goes on in our life. And for a world of this kind that we live in, situations come up every now and then. Some come to fulfill what has already been said; to correct wrongs already done; to avert intending danger or even create more danger; to teach and make us better persons. But always realize that no situation is above you. Rising above them is what seems almost impossible for us.
However, understanding the situation at hand for more discrete decisions to be taken requires great patience and sensitivity. Sometimes, mistakes are often made thus lounging one into worse state than one already is which further leads to shame, feelings of inadequacy, regrets and even more pain and confusion. So, pause and then think.
As Christians we should always understand that nothing happens outside the knowledge of God and that he permits something to happen, is not without reasons – that makes Him supreme. His reasons are sure without doubts and ultimate. So, being spiritually connected keeps you at peace first with God, yourself and the situation at hand. This connection helps us to know what to do and how to about what to do. The end results always bring joy. So, it takes spiritual connectivity to be sensitive and obedience.
Pause to understand the situation at hand; Think to know the lessons to learn from them; Connect to know exactly what to do and how to do what to do. There is no need rushing into rash and hasty conclusions. Learn to be rational, yet, yielding both to issues and God most importantly.
Matt 1:19-21; Joseph, her fiance, was a good man and did not want to disgrace her publicly, so he decided to break the engagement quietly.As he considered this, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream. “Joseph, son of David,” the angel said, ” do not be afraid to take Mary as your wife. For the child within her was conceived by the Holy Spirit.And she will have a son, and you are to name him Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins.”