Waves of Peace

Moments of uncertainty are often very hard to deal with–you just have to put all your trust in God.  In those moments, your faith and understanding of God can be threatened. You need to take one moment at a time because one day at a time is just too much.  You have to make a quick decision to believe that God is who He says He is or you can decide to lean on your own understanding and emotions. Are you relying on yourself or are you relying on a God who knows everything about you and loves you so much?  He knows exactly what you need and when you need it.  The waiting is hard especially when loved ones are suffering or loved ones have died. Recently, my husband had heart surgery and recovery has been rough for him. He has always been very healthy.  You can imagine how hard this must be for him as he processes all that he is experiencing right now. It has been hard on me as well.  It may be hard for you as well if you are a caregiver.  Caregiving is not for sissies!  However, Arvid and I know that God is faithful.   We can trust Him with our lives even though we may not understand all that is going on. God is working behind the scenes and there is never a moment when we are out of His care.  We stay in the moment of uncertainty with hope in our hearts. The “waves of peace” that we have felt from God when we needed it the most has been wonderful.  The prayers of family and friends have encouraged us, and God’s love has sustained us. “You will keep in perfect peace him whose mind is steadfast, because he trusts in you.” Isaiah 26:3. Call out to God today if you need God’s peace, and if you need prayer support, call us at SCSM. We care about you!

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