I love that verse. It gives me hope. It also seems to be
one of the favorites of our ladies in prison.
What does this verse mean to you? Maybe you can get
through the fears of an illness, yours or a loved ones.
Maybe you can get through tough financial times or
the unfaithfulness of a mate.
We all have different situations that come to mind
when we think of this verse.
For our ladies in prison, it might be feeling like they
have no support. Maybe their families gave up on
them and they haven't heard from them in several
years or maybe they don't think they will ever get
their children back. They want out of prison now,
but they have to wait. Waiting is always hard, but
we're told to wait on the LORD.
I'm waiting to hear about my 2 1/2 month old
Grandson's sleep study. He's had a rough start in
life, but God's with him.
Finances are tighter, but then again they are for a
lot of families and I haven't missed any meals. I'm
sure it wouldn't hurt me if I did. God has blessed
us this past year abundantly. He's shown us He'll
get us through. He will provide "what we need".
With Christ's help I can get through discouragements
in this life. I can overcome fears.
What is your "all things" include today? You can get
through it with Christ. He will provide the strength
I'd appreciate hearing what this verse means to you.