My daughter almost always repeats this line from the movie Frozen: “All good things, all good things.” Spoken by Olaf, the magical snowman that Elsa created when she froze Arendelle. (I think only those who watched this movie can relate. Hehehe!)
She says this randomly. One time I was driving on our way to her playschool, she suddenly uttered, “All good things, all good things.” I’m not really sure what she saw that made her say that. But I do remember I turned the car AC to a lower dial and felt a little dizzy because it was really hot outside.
As of writing, it’s been more than a week since we last watched Frozen on Netflix. But everytime she says, “All good things, all good things,” I just feel like God is talking and is reminding me about something.
I just believe that everything that God created is good. Even if it’s something that causes us dizzy, like the afternoon sun, it’s counted as a good thing. The hard rain is a good thing. Traffic is a good thing.
I think given the innocence in my tot’s eyes, she always sees things with awe and wonder, and even if as adults we see them bad, she sees them as beautiful and amazing. And I think it’s a good reminder that even if we want things to change, we can always see it with childlike awe and wonder, and see all good things.
“And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that always having all sufficiency in everything, you may have an abundance for every good deed.”
2 Cor 9:8 | NASB