You know you’re right. You’ve been the victim of someone else’s abuse or dishonesty and though you pray for God to intervene on your behalf, he doesn’t. What then? Just because our cause seems just doesn’t mean God won’t have other things in mind greater than we can see. The assumption of course is that God will always intervene on the side of what’s right in the immediate and when he fails to do so it is easy to feel abandoned by God. Through a painful experience God invited Brad into a different space where even the cause of righteousness takes a back seat to the the unfolding glory of God’s love that does not force people to do his will, nor right every wrong. But he does open our hearts into a larger space where we find ourselves joyfully doing what God wants, rather than getting him to do what we want.