My bedroom closet presently has sliding mirrored closet doors. From the ’80s.
The other day I finally broke down and threw that rubber piece away in the trash. It’s been out of the track just lying in my closet floor for years. I never threw it away because I always thought someday I’ll put it back exactly how it should be and get it back on track.
That’s kind of how I lived my life for many years. Hoping that someday I would get it back on track.
Let me just tell you, hoping gets you nowhere. Doing does. Baby steps. One day at a time will get you back on track. Before you know it.
I had fallen. Off track. Life’s bumps had taken me off the path I intended my life to follow. But with the Lord’s help, His upholding hand, I was placed back on track. And with a hand from a pretty special guy that God also put in my path, I’m on a new track. A better track. A more purposeful track.
How about you? Is your life on track? Are you where you want to be?
If not, I encourage you to pull out the rubber stops, those things that keep it from running smoothly, and get it back on track.
By the way, if anyone is interested in these attractive closet doors, they’re available at Habitat for Humanity ReStore where we took them. To repurpose. For someone else that wants to use them to get their life back on track. One closet at a time.
Though he fall, he shall not be cast headlong, for the Lord upholds his hand. Psalm 37:24
Love and laughter,