My heart aches so much when I hear those I love losing someone they deeply love. When you have someone constantly present and they quickly become someone who is immediately absent. You learn to cling onto the memories you want to remember. The goodness of it all, the words left unsaid, or the words they regretfully said. Everything seems like a blur and I just cannot fathom how someone who continually reads an empty book filled with blank pages, and allowing ignorance in their hearts to not believe in conversations to God who will always listen. That is the beauty of prayer which is a powerful substance: to feel full again. Admitting there is a Heavenly Father who brings grace and mercy through all this hardship, and an emptiness no man can fill.
These two Bible verses deeply affects my heart, but also rewards my heart.
|Isaiah 40:29 | Paraphrased|
My determined faith has made me well.
Full of comfort and everlasting peace.
|2 Timothy 4:7 | Paraphrased|
For He rekindles a spark of bravery and defeat.
I love listening to piano arrangements from various Hymns. I highly recommend for you to listen to David Nevue’s “Adoration” album.
One of my favorite pieces is, Great Is Thy Faithfulness