Trust in Turbulent Times

Some things … you just don’t know … until you know them. Pretty profound, aye? Sorry. I’ve been crying so many tears lately I guess I needed a chuckle.

I’ve often wondered what it actually means to walk through the valley of the shadow of death. Never in my life have I been in the midst of a storm as I am at this very hour.

God alone is my hope. God alone is my help.

The verdict is still out on whether or not the cause of the storm matters. Whether it’s a mess brought on by poor choices or the calamity strikes from another source … not sure if it’s any more or less intense.

When fear strikes and you can hardly eat or sleep or think straight … THAT’S a storm.

I’ve cried. I’ve prayed. I’ve turned my eyes fully upon Jesus. I’ve asked others to pray. I am currently digging into the Word of God night and day. So far, I’ve come to a spot where all I can do is worship the King in this unbelievably dark darkness I am in.

He IS sovereign and He WILL deliver.

Dear one, if the pathway is dark and bleak and difficult … keep pressing in. Keep believing. Keep praying. Stay in the Word.

He was, is and will always be faithful and worthy of our praise.

If you are currently experiencing turbulent times … trust. Trust Him. Trust Him. He HAS not, CAN not, and NEVER will fail.

Blessings, dear reader.

4 responses to “Trust in Turbulent Times”

  1. Psalm 27 is a favorite of mine.

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    1. Likewise! Actually, I LOVE the Psalms.

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  2. ‘Keep us safe in the eye of the storm’. 🙏🏾🎶🎶

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    1. Yes, Lord!

      Merry Christmas 🎄🎁 🌲

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