我再一次經歷到人生無常，幸好我們認識上帝，知道一切盡在祂安排之中。Pastor Matt 感冒咳嗽已一個月，還未完全康復，我的兩個孫子交替感染，輪流生病，師母因幫忙帶他們也病倒了，讓我的媳婦更加辛苦。這讓我想起幾年前，我們全家（包括還未過門的媳婦）在同一年都遇上交通意外，有弟兄姊
（以弗所書 2:10 ）和修本
Dear Crosspointers, some of you may know that I passed out Sunday night and was admitted to Kaiser Hospital. I didn’t know what I hit when I fell down. I got a bruise on my chest and 4 stitches on my chin. I had to stay at the hospital under 24 hour observation. The doctor couldn’t find out what was wrong and sent me home Tuesday afternoon. I should be alright but I was advised not to drive and to rest for a few days.
I experienced once again the unpredictability of life. Thanks to the Lord that we know Him well and understand that everything falls into His plan for us. Pastor Matt got the flu and has been coughing for about a month. He is still recovering while my two grandchildren are taking turns getting sick. My wife, while help taking care of them, got sick as well. Our situation adds burden on Sarah, my daughter in law. All these happenings made me remember a few years back when all my family members including my daughter in law got into car accidents in the same year. Some brothers and sisters in Christ said that it was an attack from the Devil because we were working really hard for the Lord.
My wife and I did not think about whether it was an attack from the Devil or not. No matter if it was or it was not, we know that God has been watching over us. It is like the story of Job. God allowed the Devil to cause whatever suffering he wanted to inflict on Job, except take his life. I praise and thank God that I am still alive and able to share my experience with you to encourage you.
I believe God allows us to live because we have not finished His task on earth that he has assigned to each of us. Some of us are able to follow, some of us may still be thinking of our own desires, and some of us may still be searching. No matter what, “God has made us what we are. In Christ Jesus, God made us to do good works, which God planned in advance for us to live our lives doing.” (Ephesians 2:10) NCV