"Cautionary tales of a heart once broken beat against the cadence of an anticipative voice. Her tone engorged with
Resilience. Is it naiveté or minimized strength? There's beauty in the bounce-back, but with every return, a piece of her
Escapes; good + bad. Lessons leap from heart to page to experience as do the tears to cheek to smiles.
Apathy; dangerously cold, almost solid against the hardened ground, mirroring this stage of her life ... but with renewed seasons, warmth rises in her heart once more.
Timing is everything when it's your own. Such a valuable currency that is no longer in her possession, but His. How is she experiencing serenity? Her analog clock reads
Ephesians 1:10. Every lesson, every tear, every smile, every thrill, every experience is preparation for something greater. Her
DESTINY. When life is a reflection of the story of Job, or her pain paints her purpose, the sum of this confirms ...
She was CREATED for this."
Can I be honest? Some days, I feel like breaking down and giving up. Life is a journey, but sometimes that journey is TOUGH! My heart has experienced so much that I find myself frustrated and confused with what God has planned for me. I believe His promises are unfailingly true in Jeremiah 29:11, but I also impatiently crave a sneak-peak at the greatness God has planned. Will this ever get better?!
I'm not alone in feeling this way, huh?
Well, here is some encouragement for us!
Life can sometimes leave us crying out to God, "Why me?!", right? Did you know that we were created for this very moment? We have been weaved together and hemmed (Psalm 139:5) perfectly in His image. The trials and tribulations we experience can place us on the path to refinement, but we will never become undone in this journey. God has such great purpose for our lives and becoming more like Him (2 Corinthians 3:18) is part of the process. Days like these may seem hard and almost unfair, like God singled us out to go through the trials, but we're not alone. Every day has been written (Psalm 139:16) before we were even created. In the end, WE WIN!
So let's pray, seek strength in Him and His promises to us, stay encouraged, and remember: WE WERE CREATED FOR THIS!