Your Will Be Done
In a story in the Gospel of John, Jesus was confronted with a blind man. The disciples asked Him, “Who sinned, this man or his parents, that he would be born blind?” Jesus answered, “It was neither that this man sinned, nor his parents; but it was so that the works of God might be displayed in him.” John 9:2-3.NIV.
Jesus spit in the dirt, wiped the mud in the blind man's eyes and healed him, but we may still be in the dark about how our story will unfold. It is when we’re groping for answers that don’t seem forthcoming that Jesus' breath prayer of surrender should come to mind: “Your will be done.”
We don’t know what God is doing. He could very well be displaying His works in us, or something even more mysterious. Our job as believers is to trust Him, even if our vision is muddy. God loves us. He knows what’s best for us. Let's leave our health, and all other concerns, in His capable hands.
Pray, “Your will be done,” frequently, and try not to worry about the outcome.