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.
Greek translation: שבוע קדוש
This evening I was so blessed to be a part of PASSION for the High School Youth tonight. Here are a few pictures of the various rooms the leaders put together…
God delights in us so fully. Don’t let your weary heart believe the lies the devil has temporarily placed. God loves us. We consume ourselves with unnecessary comforts. The only way our joy is full: when we know we are in His arms.
Have you ever felt lonely?
Have you ever had doubts with your life?
Have you ever had doubts in your job?
Have you ever had doubts in your faith?
I was thinking about how relieving it is for someone to say,
“I’m here. Let me be present and be here for you.”
Will I ever have the contentment that I am where I am for a reason?
Why do people find joy for putting someone down?
I am aware that I am so loved, but I don’t feel loved at all. I feel OKAY.
Why am I still up?
I’m thinking about the past too much.
Will I get to work on time? [fast forward: no]
Will I find the joy of always being available to do church events?
Will I be able to have this many opportunities in the future? Continue reading “hearts contentment”