The irony was that when DJ was small, he wanted to be in smaller spaces. He’d climb into cabinets, crock-pots, dog-cages, even a roasting pan one time. As we grow up, we get bigger and life gets bigger. Bigger demands on us, bigger responsibilities, bigger crisis. But no matter how big life gets, we never get bigger than God. We are ALWAYS small enough to be in the space of God. You see, I didn’t put DJ in these small and secure spaces–something in him wanted to be in them. Maybe that’s the way God made him…and us. I hope none of us grow up so much that we think we’re too big to be held. Because when we hurt, its nice to know God can.