What disrupts your life may save it by the discomfort of moving you out of non-growth.  It rescues you from a dead normalcy to a new living purpose: from the static to the dynamic; from the stability of spectator to Abraham’s company of “going out not knowing where you are going”; from depending on yourself to depending on God.  Commit what you can’t control.  Your tests can mature you to be like your Lord was in His much greater tests.

 “Trust in Him at all times, O people; Pour out your heart before Him; God is a refuge for us.” Psalms 62:8 (NASB)