You’re aware you’re not kidding anyone – least of all yourself – when you act like you know exactly where God fits in your life. Because you often don’t. When you ought to trust God, you try to do it yourself. When you should be filled with compassion, you become judgmental. When you need to be generous, you hold back in order to make sure no one’s taking advantage of you. And when you should fully embrace God’s hope, you fixate on everything that could go wrong. Sure you regret it. But you also don’t know what to do about it. So maybe you should try something new. Change your focus from putting God where you think God fits in your life to inviting God to lead you by loving, trusting, following and living for God more and more. After all, it’s not nearly as important what you do with God, as it is to embrace the God who is utterly in love with you.