So much cluttering stuff in my opinion is written on tablets of wood, in our heads, but when the unexplainable and inexpiable unplanned storming events decide to land in our lives, we have set before us the very means of coming to know the Father of our spirit in ways that will defy all logic and rational thinking.
I love the out come of Job's whirlwind adventure; Job answered God: "I'm convinced: You can do anything and everything.
Nothing and no one can upset your plans.
You asked, 'Who is this muddying the water,
ignorantly confusing the issue, second-guessing my purposes?'
I admit it. I was the one. I babbled on about things far beyond me,
made small talk about wonders way over my head.
You told me, 'Listen, and let me do the talking.
Let me ask the questions. You give the answers.'
I admit I once lived by rumors of you;
now I have it all firsthand—from my own eyes and ears!
I'm sorry—forgive me. I'll never do that again, I promise!
I'll never again live on crusts of hearsay, crumbs of rumor."