Monday, November 15, 2010

The Inconsequential Moments

I was sitting at the local coffee shop on the weekend and my husband teased me about the amount of crumbs I dropped while I ate my raisin toast. It was an inconsequential moment, but it made me smile and thank the Lord for sending me this precious man. It made me thank the Lord for laughter. And, because I could share this moment with not only my husband, but also the Lord, it made the moment not so inconsequential.

Our lives are made up of a string of inconsequential moments that can pass without notice or thought. But when we share everything with our Lord, the big moments, the little moments and the inconsequential moments become transformed into poignant moments, special moments, blessed moments.

This is when I realised that there is nothing inconsequential about our lives. Our Lord knows this. Do you?

19 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

My wife is better at noticing those moments than I.

Sandy said...

Nothing escapes Him. Each and
every thing, no matter how
small and seemingly insigificant,
the Lord sees it all and I love
that He is there in each moment
with us whether we feel Him or
not. In the good times and bad,
He shares it all with us because
He is a part of our very being.
I am also blessed with a wonderful
husband who teases me because I
tend to get something on my shirt
almost daily, whatever I'm doing,
eating or otherwise.

RCUBEs said...

That's the difference when it comes to Him. He is just so faithful that everything that happens in our lives is important to Him. I know what you mean about those moments. I have a lot of those with my own hubby. But I believe these moments are woven into bigger moments that just makes the relationship a great package as a whole!

God bless.

Lynda Young said...

Alex, you made me laugh.

Sandy, our Lord shares with us His love and His presence and it's so wonderful to share our lives with Him.

Rcubes, yes, absolutely, the moments are woven into a whole. Blessings

Stuff could always be worse said...

What an ability to realize our lives are moments! I am finally learning this concept. Thanks for this post.
kim

Lynn said...

I've never thought of all moments being equal in God's eyes. Thanks! And gorgeous shot Lyn.

Sharon Kirby said...

Oh, how I thank God that I MATTER to Him - and every moment of my life was written in His book before I was ever born! That makes every inconsequential moment completely meaningful!

GOD BLESS!

Rita said...

You are right. There is nothing about our lives that is not important to our Lord. Thank goodness! I'm so glad that I know such a great God! Isn't He wonderful?

nita said...

Hi, Yes it is very true Our Lord is with us in very moment. I try to look for those special moments and have experienced many as a grandmother. Have a good week, Blessings Nita

Lorena G. Sims said...

Amen to that Lynda, there is nothing inconsequential about our lives.

JBR said...

Lyn thank you for sharing. Blessings.

Aliene said...

I'm glad "the Lord thinketh on me."
He knows every little nook and cranny
and cares about us. Even the little
inconsequential moments when we laugh with our husbands over silly little things.

alicia said...

Wow! Beautiful post! I do love the inconsequential moments, that's usually where my joy is found...

Alicia, The Snowflake said...

Amen! He knows all of those moments. May we take the time to notice them as well. Thanks for the reminder. Take care my friend!

Dorraine said...

Hi Lynda! Lovely reminder to relish life, right down to every last crumb.

... Paige said...

Beautiful moments can be eye opening...thanks for you kind visit and this nice post

Faith Imagined said...

Beautifully written! I love the idea of sharing every moment with our God! That is exactly how He wants it!

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi Lynda,

Very interesting example of consequential moments that we generally tend to miss. It was wonderful of your husband to notice and make it a moment to remember and cherish.

As you said every moment of our lives is very precious.

Best wishes,
Joseph

Kiran Ignatius said...

Our whole life would be inconsequential if it weren't for moments like these.

Lovely post. Thanks for sharing.
Kiran.