Beware of the “if”
Either “if” will paralyze
“if” will prepare us to plan for the future.
Remember the parable of a servant with one talent.
Remember Joseph decoded Pharaoh’s dream.
Do you remember anything else?
Inspiration On: Saturday, 6 April 2013 from 10:50pm to 11:07pm
Inspiration Ends On: Sunday, 7 April 2013 at 2am
According to Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, if means
- Used to say that one thing can, will or might happen or be true, depending on another thing happening or being true
- When; whenever; every time
- Used with will or would to ask somebody politely to so something
- Used after ask, find out, wonder, etc. to introduce one of two or more possibilities
If carries the meaning and the feeling of a bad case before it happens and most often fear clouded our minds. I do feel fearful. Though fearful, I bring it to my Lord and take any necessary actions on my part.