It’s foggy, misty, wet, and cold.
Fall is really here…only not the nice weather type of fall. REAL Minnesota-type fall.
I have so much on my mind and heart as I sit here. Good friends of mine are out there and they are really suffering these days. It’s hard enough to go through periods of pain and hurt myself, but when I see my friends endure hardship it feels even worse.
No one asks for pain or trial, but the truth is that God does mean it for our good, we have to cling to that truth and although it seems like forever, our suffering will one day be over. If we are a child of the King of Kings we will one day be with Him in Heaven and there will be no more suffering.
I know I personally cannot wait. We don’t know how many days we will have, life is so very brief and sometimes over in what seems like the blink of an eye. Miscarriage has robbed many mother’s or moms-to-be of their hope, there are parents mourning the loss of a child that was still growing, learning, and playing just a moment ago.
Let us encourage one-another to keep going on. When the cold sets in, and the wind feels cruel…get that extra blanket out, give a pair of mittens to cold fingers and tell those who hurt that spring will come again and God IS using your pain to draw you to Himself and to show His almighty glory to the world.
I Peter 1:6-9