There have been times in my life where I have thought, ”this is it” – because I didn’t know I could go on. The pain and grief I felt had become too much to bear.
Yet, here I am. Still seeking God and being faithful with the blessings I have been given
Have you ever cried when preparing a meal? Maybe it was when we were washing dishes? Or, you might have been trying to finish a piece of work, and your tears have made the screen blurry?
Whatever situation you have found your tears rolling down your face, I’m pretty sure that all of us have been there, at some point in our lives.
What about when grief takes over? The uncontrollable sobs that come deep within…
…and yet, it is in these times of sorrow, where we continue to press into God that He meets us.
It is in these times that we choose to put our trust in Him.
It is in these times that we call out to God, and He lovingly embraces our brokenness
Friends, even when a Forrest burns down, it is still able to regrow. Even broken bones heal over time. My point is, that even grief is not a permanent condition.
The prayers we cry, are the seeds that are sown in that moment of complete surrender to our pain
Yet, God is able to do more than we can ever think or imagine
Therefore, life does go on, but as it does, there will be a morning where grief turns to joy, and you will know that your harvest is ready.
Tears release our true hearts desires, our frustrations, and the tragedies we face. But, as we continue day-to-day, God will show up, because it’s only God who can turn our disasters into Divine appointments, and our heartbreak into dancing