I’ve really enjoyed gathering here with you on Encouraging Words Wednesday. It’s a challenge to bring forth a message that is thoughtful and different each week. So, thank you for following along. Throughout the week I gather at a coffee shop or get up early in the morning before children awake to spend time on what the Lord has put on my heart.
What I love about this blog is I don’t know even know you. Well some of you, but not all. I don’t know your name or your personality. But, I consider each of you a fossil. Yes! A fossil. Not based on age but the story you’ve lived. The seasons you’ve been through that have weathered and molded you with the markings to prove it. You are practically a walking cast, whether your broken or just healed.
It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God. Hebrews 10:31
How true is that verse? To put all your faith, love, anger, fear and future in his hands. Literally fall, faithfully and obediently.
Lately, I’ve been praying for my friends. I have some beautiful and wonderful friends spread all over and they have been a blessing to me and hopefully I’ve done the same for them. Some are going through medical problems and some are moving to the city they’ve longed to be apart of their entire life. It’s easy to rejoice in the happy times but sometimes there are moments when things aren’t going so great.
And if your in that season of, “not so great,” here’s a prayer that I have used in the past:
All are asleep and silence is here,
My thoughts are stirring, so You must be near.
Will my season of change become dark,
Or never see light because we’re afraid to embark.
I know you can hear me, allow me your gift.
I pray to recieve with these hands I lift.
I’m truly thankful you stopped by today. Writing these posts each week bring me joy and give me more opportunity to focus on reading my bible and connecting with the Lord. I hope it does the same for you. If you would like to leave a comment, click on the title of this post and scroll to the end until you find, “comment.” See y’all around here again soon.