The LORD is my light and my salvation— so why should I be afraid? The LORD is my fortress, protecting me from danger, so why should I tremble? Psalm 27:1
Its been a really tough week for me. From health scares to leaving the hospital where the doctor was even uncertain, I had to just simply “faith it out” until tomorrow when I get the final results.
It’s scary when you go through things you have no control over. It’s not your fault, however, the results have the power to change your future forever.
This week I had to remind myself of why I serve God and who I know him to be.
I had to rest in his arms and understand that though I didn’t know the answers, I knew someone who did and was looking out for me every step of the way.
And while every sign was saying the results would be negative, I still have an ounce of faith.
I still believe God can do it and as crazy as it seems, I still feel that what I’m seeing with my eyes is only a distraction and not what is truly taking place on the inside.
This whole week I have been reading my bible and listening to Christian songs that bring tears to my eyes showing me that I am filled with his spirit.
And that reassures me that right now in this situation he has given me an extra dose of his love and his presence. That now, when I need him the most, he’s here and I know he’s here because I feel him swelling out of me when a song soothes my soul and I begin to cry.
I pray for everyone going through something this week that you focus on what you can’t see. That you hold onto that small sliver of hope that you are still carrying and rest assured that he will meet you with the rest.