Today at my art class, there were so many new ideas literally thrown at us, but as we used them in our work, they began to make sense. They certainly would not have been understood if she had given these to us three years ago at our first class.
Then, later I was reading an article where a lady was taking a swim course and the teacher had jumped in the pool and explained the law of flotation and buoyancy. When the student was later relating this to her husband, who was a physics major in college said, “Oh, yes, that’s Archimedes’ law of buoyancy ,” and proceeds to quote the law word for word. Now his wife was unaware of that law but it still worked for her.
As I was later studying and praying at my desk, it occurred to me I didn’t need to know everything about God, but what I do know is He is Love, Truth and Life, which is a great way to begin my prayers. Psalms 23:4 states “Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; Thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.” I also know that God is always with me and I can never, ever be separated from Him. That is a good start for any prayer!