Come to the River

Sometimes “okay” has been the best we have been feeling in a while. You have yet to let go of your pain and suffering. You’re in repetitious mourning and unrelenting pain and you sometimes ask yourself, “Why is this happening to me? Does God even care for me or hear me?”

He does care, He does hear you. He knows our pain and exactly what we are going through. Sometimes the way He replies to our prayers is not the way we anticipate. Honestly, I’ve asked myself and Him if this is really it. If this is how He wants my situation to be. Why did He make me go through that or why is He keeping me in this place.

I was upset, but I’m thankful that He is patient enough to handle my cries, my retaliation. He’s able to handle me using him as a scratching post.

“He’s big enough to handle anything and everything I throw at Him, but wise enough to not give me everything I ask for”

When we begin to trust God with our lives, we must be ready to not understand the plans He has for us or why exactly it’s happening in a way you did not expect. He doesn’t expect us to understand, but He does expect us to trust Him through the waves of life He brings us through.

Go to Him, don’t be afraid. Don’t be afraid to tell God what you’re really feeling inside, He’s there to listen, He’s there to comfort you and He’s there to work if you allow Him to.

Written by Hannah Solon

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