Are you putting pressure on yourself or allowing others to pressure you to live up to an expectation that isn’t consistent with what God has said? Are you guided by God or by a sense of guilt?
Even though this has been a year full of doctor appointments, surgeries, labor work, and chemotherapy treatments, I am grateful for all we’ve experienced and for those not so little things that I sometimes take for granted.
When life is hard, it can leave us feeling spent and our emotions turned upside down. What do you do when your emotions are raw? Who do you turn to when your friends don’t understand the circumstances you’re facing?
We all have storms in life—whether they are literal storms like hurricanes, or figurative storms like relationship difficulties, or health crises, or financial woes. The Bible warns us that the storms, the trials, will come. No one is exempt. How do we get through them? Read more for hope in the midst of the storm.
Trusting God despite our feelings is a choice we make when we face situations that have not turned out the way we hoped or prayed. Will you trust God? Will you trust God when you cannot see His hand at work? Will you trust Him through your tears?