Trust the Process. It’s a phrase you hear that applies to a number of situations. It is also an apt description of the latest blog post from my daughter.
She is a senior in college and graduation is not far away. In her post she shares about the struggle of just getting the grade in the class versus learning the content to be prepared for the job market and life.
She writes this near the beginning of the post:
I go to my first week of classes and listen to my professors say what I need to do to succeed in their courses. They go over the syllabus and they talk about these things called the “course objectives.” I almost always skip over this portion of the conversation and of this part of the syllabus, heading straight for the grading criteria, but in one of my classes a few weeks ago I really listened. The course objectives aren’t what we are going to be doing in the class or what it takes to get an “A” but instead they are written to be a list concepts, skills, and applications that we will learn in the class. Ohhhhhhh okay, learning. That’s that old thing that they used to say school was all about.
Read the rest of her post and how she applies this idea to our walk with God. Are we on this journey just to get the grade or are we trusting the process that will grow and shape us into the person God created us to be?
Read the whole post here: The alternate route