“A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for a time of adversity.”
One day, far from now, when the sands of time threaten to fall no more. I will read my words and I will remember why I married a Muslim man.
When we are called to do something by God, we must trust in Him. And we must do it. We must put aside our fears and doubts, our negativity and the negativity of others and trust in something greater than ourselves, no matter where this may lead.
You are a light, and you have a gift that others cannot gain access to. You are empathetic, you feel strongly, you love loudly, and it is because of the way that you love and the way that you care that causes you to fear and worry. I know.
God listens to every prayer. He hears every word that we whisper from our lips; He knows our thoughts and even our hearts. And He listens. But just because He isn’t granting our prayers in the way we want Him to doesn’t mean He doesn’t love us.
If you lost something or someone, you failed, disappointed, just always remember that these things happened on time, and for a reason. There’s nothing more perfect than His time.
What if there is this someone who has wrecked you, betrayed you and broke your heart? As a Christian, you will pray for them and you will forgive them. After that, build a wall.
You can’t always go back, but you can find home.
Faith is so easily tested, our view of God is so dependent on our circumstances. Yet despite our shortcomings, His love for us remains.
I am a Christian and I have grown up knowing a God of love, knowing a God whose heart broke with the rest of the world on that Saturday night.