So Frozen II was a thing in our house today and I have to admit I hadn’t seen it yet. Wow we’re there a lot of great parts. Want to know what gave me goose bumps?! This part:
Anna: I’m sorry I left you behind. I was just so desperate to protect her.
Kristoff: I know, I know, it’s okay. My love is not fragile.
This exchange could personify my relationship with God even on the best days. And I’m not proud of that fact but it’s just so obvious!
I jump out of bed and start making breakfast without doing my devotions. (I’m sorry I left you behind God!) I eat 6 squares of chocolate to regain my chill instead of praying for an extra measure of God’s peace. (I was just so desperate to protect myself.)
And yet God says I understand, Jesus’s sacrifice has made it all okay. (I know, I know, it’s okay.) My love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. (My love is not fragile.)
Anna might be blessed to have Kristoff but we are ALL blessed to have God. Frozen II was an epic adventure but it doesn’t hold a candle to the life you’re living right now. Are you looking for a love that isn’t fragile? I’d love to introduce you!