Solid Evidence

My blog serves as a huge pile of rocks to me; a reminder of the things God has done. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve wanted to actually build such a thing – in the front yard! But then… we decide to move. And any well-meaning real-estate agent would have us take it down. So, I journal and blog instead and reread the accounts again and again and marvel and cry (happy tears).
These scribblings/typings are solid evidence when I feel lost or alone or unheard or hopeless. Its embarrassing to think I even come to that point… but I have (more than once). And there I stop and see -to my shock- that I have felt this before and God was so very very faithful each time. Mercy!
I’m glad I’ve written about my worry and desperation along the way. There can be no excuses! These are my words of truthful sadness, followed by God’s comfort of hope. Sometimes long and agonizing, sometimes quicker resolve, but always love and care with “good” somewhere.
He hears, He knows, He has a plan – has become my motto. And probably what I’d write on my big messy pile of rocks. Instead I’ll leave behind journals and blogs and stories my children have often heard or lived through. Hopefully they will pass these on the next generation and the next.
Grateful and Thankful today and always,

 “For the LORD is good. His loyal love endures, and he is faithful through all generations.” ‭‭Psalms‬ ‭100:5‬ ‭

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