Jesus disturbs the universe

I will shake the heavens, and the earth, and the sea, and the dry land; And I will shake all nations, and the desire of all nations [what is desired; the One who is desired] shall come and I will fill this house with glory. Haggai 2:6b-7

Sometimes, for our deepest longings to be fulfilled, our universes have to be disturbed. Sometimes for our universes to be effectively disturbed we have to be open to change. Jesus’ coming shook up the whole world yet He failed to shake it as expected in how he entered this world and what He did while He was here. The Kingdom He spoke of did not address the expected topics of politics, wealth, conquest, or law enforcement. For those willing to have their worlds shaken, Jesus reframed what they thought they knew about God and what He wanted from them; and He reinterpreted the very meaning of life itself.

Jesus, I like the way you disturb my universe even though I sometimes resist change.