Sometimes I wonder if they'll ever see --- If I'll ever see. I'd slept with my contact lenses in, and oozed with the pain of bad conjunctivitis the next three consecutive weeks -- ...and so they gathered around my kitchen island, and I asked them to sit while I stood. The ulcer was blinding me… Continue reading Hey Wearied Women — Come to the Well & You’ll be Well
Whatever you are going through right now, know that not only that God understands, but that He is with you.
Post by the Husband "...because we have heard of your faith in Christ Jesus and of the love you have for all God’s people, the faith and love that spring from the hope stored up for you in heaven and about which you have already heard in the true message of the gospel" (Colossians 1:4-5) To truly love others, we… Continue reading How to Have Unbeatable Hope Regardless Your Circumstance
That perhaps, this is what life comes down to --- not in the money we amass, or the people we impress, or that we've never messed up and we'll always be liked --- but that we come to the reality that we have been born for such a time as this.
The art of waiting --- isn't it about allowing the waiting to make you, letting the tango of tension to mould you, and sorting your heart so solitude can find you?
Life's fragile. And who knows how long we've each got. Or what life will throw at you next? Who'd tell you that you're meant to work one day or sleep the next, or that you're meant to bolt faster than lightning because of that one call that makes you just see how short this life really is? Time runs faster than feet, and we're wild to want this spin to stop.
This is our song of courage, our praise for every pain, and the faith for our fear so we need not be scarred over our failures, or scared over our problems ahead.
You can always count on God to water arid hearts and to rend impossible heavens opened. So we can foretaste the sweet out of His bounty for all our bitter.
Because His rain isn't merely sentimental, but supernatural, His comfort supersedes every sorrow and every tear we've shed.