Isn’t it so nice knowing that Papa is with us every step of the way, even though it feels like we’re all alone? This gives us reassurance and hope, doesn’t it? It gives us that little extra push to stay strong, focused and drawn to the light. The darkest times of our lives really are only temporary, so we have to remain on the ride that will eventually bring us joy and fulfillment.
Look at it this way…Our lives are like light bulbs turning on and off. Sometimes we feel bright and shiny and other times, well…not so much. When we apply grace in each and every one of our “moves”/decisions it helps us to remain calm and patient. Papa always shows himself at just the right time. Miracles happen. And, He really does answer prayers. It is our job to JUST KEEP THE FAITH. Period.
It wasn’t until my late twenties, early thirties, that I really began “tuning in” and paying attention to God’s miracles, big and small and all those in between. There is constant communication going on between the Big Guy and us if we choose to take the time to analyze our experiences and situations that we go through and then take the time to analyze which ones bring upon joy and happiness versus…:(.
One thing is for sure, and, through my readings and watching YouTube videos, is that when we begin talking about a certain something or someone and when a smile naturally happens and we feel awakened, then, we ought to nurture that thought or someone. This or these gives us a focal point, sorta speak, to help us through our darkest times.
It would be a shame to do the latter…to exert our energies towards things or people that deplete us, that are out of our control and that don’t awaken our truest, most authentic selves.
I love you. Our dark times are real and, are not going away, but, they are only temporary. Papa is there to turn on our light.
Remember: There’s a bright side to EVERY situation! Stay there!
Esther 8:11 – 17 For the Jews it was a time of happiness and joy, gladness and honor.
Our surprising God often shows His presence when we least expect Him.