For about the last two weeks, the National Weather Service has been predicting the arrival of arctic air, snow and ice in Little Rock. The forecasted arrival is always a few days out. But when the day finally arrives for the long-anticipated wintry weather – nothing. It’s pretty easy to lose faith in the Weather Service when this happens three or four times in a row, even though they’re doing the best they can with weather that by definition is fickle. Weather forecasting is a great metaphor for life. You think you know what’s going to happen. In fact, you’re sure you know what’s going to happen. And you do, until what you thought was going to happen doesn’t happen. And when this happens repeatedly, it can be tempting to lose faith in God. But don’t. Because God is still with you and God is still loving you and God is still making a way for you regardless of what happens. And that’s far more important than whatever does or doesn’t happen.