There’s not much else to do but listen to the radio during rush hour. Our ears especially perk up when the DJ says, “Now, let’s get a traffic report”. Then we listen for the muffled voice from high above the freeway system saying, “There is a three car pileup…..so you may want to seek an alternate route…but steer clear of…” And thankfully, we avoid accidents and outrageous delays due to the reporter whose vantage point is far greater than our own. When we pray, we must realize that God is in His heavenly helicopter seeing the entire freeway system of our lives. Hebrews 4:13 says, “He (God) knows about everyone, everywhere. Everything about us is laid bare and wide open to the all-seeing eyes of our living God. Nothing can be hidden from Him”. Therefore, we must trust that God always has a better outlook than our own. Proverbs 2:8 states, “God guards the course of the just and protects the way of the faithful ones”. I now thank God for denying certain requests and you should do the same. High school reunions are great reminders of this when you see former babes that look like they’ve spent too much time in caves and all the hunks who’ve turned into chunks.