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Sitting in the hospital waiting for my husband to have another MRI. After a brain tumor 2 years ago and over 25 years of health trauma following a bone transplant in 1990…I have known this kind of conversation with God. The wake up! Where are you? The question you dare whisper…can I really trust you? The final answer is always yes. Who else would I run to? Who else can I trust with my soul? The trials of a lifetime will one day be lost in the unimaginable life with Christ for all of eternity. Until then, I remember that God can handle all of my questions…the raw, unveiled conversations that I have with Him when I am weary of trouble. He alone knows the beginning and end of our story. #gratefulgirl
Praying for you and your husband, Tami. Grateful for you.
I love this Psalmist’s honesty before God. Too often we feel we need to come before our maker already fixed, resembling images of perfection rather than recipients of grace. My father in law told me once, during a particularly difficult season in our life, “Cry out to God when you’re angry! When you’re upset or hurt or feeling slighted, talk to Him in that moment — tell Him everything!” And so began my honest God talks, the kind where I asked Him questions and told Him my actual concerns & cares and not just perfect prayers. What a difference it has made, being honest and bringing my brokenness before the One who knit me in my mother’s womb. He’s seen it all since the beginning, why would my troubles be too much for Him now, all of a sudden? Thankful today for a God who cares, who may sometimes seem far away but who longs for our earnest prayers and honest hearts.
Thanks for sharing this Kylee. It’s a great reminder.
Going through tough times with work right now. I have to remember to keep my trust in God, for only he can give victory over any situation!
23-26 Get up, God! Are you going to sleep all day?
Wake up! Don’t you care what happens to us?
Why do you bury your face in the pillow?
Why pretend things are just fine with us?
And here we are — flat on our faces in the dirt,
held down with a boot on our necks.
Get up and come to our rescue.
If you love us so much, Help us!
My father passed away 3 months ago from a horrible accident that has caused many terrible effects in my family past just the grief of losing someone we loved. The psalms give such comfort, even seeing how the psalmist cried out to God is such agony and confusion. There are moments I feel like this and am so confused- how amazing is it we can trust God with all our feelings, even the times we feel like everything is falling apart and we are confused at what God is doing. I k ow he is good and his promises are true, and he listens and loves us even when my prayers at times seem to echo the one above.
I have had moments where I’m honest with God like this too. Asking Him where He is, and why He doesn’t care what happens to me. Praying for you Hannah, for your family, for peace to surround you, and for God to shine His face on you. Love to you from MN!!
Off topic but ladies, I’m dealing with a broken heart. I thought I heard God tell me this man was the one, but he heard differently from God. I’m confused how we heard completely different answers, and now I’m very hurt and now alone. Trying to find God’s grace in this situation. He is good, always. But I wonder when I will ever be good for a man of God on this earth who will stay.
Perhaps he isn’t listening to God
Or perhaps it’s just later and now God wants to work on you and make sure no man gives you worth because you’re worthy of love and all that God made you for so don’t be broken hearted but rejoice in all things!!!
Praying, sister. Singleness is so hard. But with surrendering to it comes peace.
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