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Perfect Pitches

Perfect Pitches

At a recent baseball game, our little pitcher, Aevin, was pitching an amazing game. The fans cheered him on as he struck out the opposing team. Then, in an instant, it changed. What was good became bad. What was fun became trying. What was entertaining became terrifying. Our patient, kind, loving little pitcher hit three players in a row. Suddenly, our crowd was silent while some from the opposing team yelled–accusing him of trying to hit the players. And such is life. Life is made up of “best day ever” and “worst day ever” moments. I reminded Aevin that he should never think of himself in terms of his best plays or his worst plays. He’s always somewhere in between. The great news is in our spiritual walk, God only sees the perfect pitches, the home runs, the expertly caught fly balls. He simply ignores the mistakes and focuses on our victories. Thats a difficult task for us humans, but not God. It’s always worth remembering that baseball is just a game and Heaven is the only place where we can wear a t-shirt that says “Best Day Forever.” Have a great week. Hugs, 2-mama

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