To get all the way to the top of the mountain you have been climbing, to that proverbial “Sweet Spot” and it not be like saccharine and excessively sweet; it will make you not want to climb back down but rather jump! And many do – they ascend only to get there and they find out that success isn’t sweet, but rather harsh and bitter; because it’s empty and devoid of life.
Life if you haven’t recognized it yet is God-incarnate, if I can simplify Him to that state; which is more than anyone of us can handle apart from Him. Once again, He shows Himself both Alpha and Omega, The First and the Last, and The beginning and the End.
And Him being there is the sweetener needed for success to taste sweet. He’s not an artificial flavoring, but a natural sweetener that adds “taste” to any meal.
I have often wondered how it would feel and what it would be like to experience success as I deem it to be. To encourage from the other-side, that side wherein you know God has done that “thing”, that only you and He know about; that promise that is hard to think on for too long before it takes your breath away, because to have your thoughts soar to the heights of where God and His promises reside, the air gets thin.
“Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before,” “I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.”
However sweet the “spot” might be, you aren’t going to climax until you hit the “G” Spot. “God” has to be there in order for it to be deemed success or else the avalanches that were triggered due to excessive noise and vibrations will envelope you and you will wash-out.
As long as God is there, it won’t matter whether sweet and/or sour, it will be palatable because the oddest flavors tend to meld together well when prepared by a Master of culinary arts. God is the Master of all things concerning you and me. He knows your preferences and propensities. He says “Taste and see that I am good”, “I have prepared a table before you”. “Come sit, eat and warm yourself by the fire”. He’s acutely aware of what you stand in need of before you actually do.
Allow Him to be who He promised that He would be to you – All. Sometimes it’s hard to find your “spot” but once you do… Blessings come.