I see redemption so clearly in so many ways. I see God’s hand carrying us through such painful days to bring healing. I see the God who loves us so well reflected in every smile, in every face.
I don’t know those answers, but today I find myself crying out for God to help my unbelief…
I don’t pretend to be an expert or to know everything about healing or growth in the spiritual realm, but I can tell you some techniques that helped me tremendously in my journey toward wholeness.
As I have contemplated how to trust God in the unexpected, I’ve found four words that are helping me.
A few years ago, I took my kids to the circus. It was the first time they had ever been to a circus, and they were SO excited. They sat transfixed as the lions and tigers and bears entered the ring, led by their trainers. They laughed—belly-laughed—as the clowns acted like clowns. They sat transfixed… Continue reading Life as a Trapeze Artist
Toxic people. We have to be discerning enough to recognize toxic people and bold enough to deal with them—whatever the cost.
Now I sit here, facing my crisis of belief. Will I step out in faith? Will I trust Him to do what only He can do? Will I believe He will provide?