Jen’s birthday was yesterday and we spent two days camping with them at the Lake. We rode and walked on the dunes, we saw pictures of their adorable boys and we discussed being adoptive parents. We almost didn’t go on the trip because there were storms threatening (lightning, thunder and rain are not friendly companions while in a tent). The storm came, and stayed, through the night. Sometimes when you step foot in the waters of faith the storms rage.
It’s hard to see in the fog. It’s hard to tell which way is up and which way you need to go from here.
Discouragement can do that to you…make you feel gray, alone and defeated.
Do you have foggy vision today?
Is it hard to see your way through this cloud of confusion, grief, and doubt?
We are told to encourage one another all the more as we see the Day approaching (see Hebrews 10:19-25).
With the heaviness of these days, we need real hope to keep going.
P.S. I am also linking-up with Coffee for Your Heart, Tell His Story, Three Word Wednesday and Words of Life Wednesday. Head on over and enjoy the huge doses of encouragement found over at these wonderful blogs.