"No matter what your hopes for a project, no matter what your hopes for marriage, no matter what you hopes for a career, no matter what you hope in, in the morning it will always be Leah. No matter what you think is Rachel, it will always be Leah."
Is he being cynical, or do you agree with his words. I can’t decide. On the one hand, I understand that if we put our ultimate trust in anything else besides Christ, it will disappoint. But I almost feel like he overstates the case. On the other hand, there is a part of me that totally agrees with his statement. But since I struggle with the sin of cynicism, I am cautious.
What do you think?