I hear there’s a saying amongst doctors
“All Bleeding must stop!”
And basically what that means is that there must be an end to every problem. So either the bleeding stops because the cause has been dealt with or the heart is no longer pumping blood either way the bleeding must eventually stop.
I think it is one of the most profound ways to look at any situation that we find ourselves. I believe we Christians have a saying similar to this also:
I see so much pain and heartache around me these days from people with unanswered prayers. It’s the continuous “when lord when?!” Or the “pastor M why doesn’t he just answer?” It makes it harder because you know this thing is not hard for God and I personally have had experience on how frustrating waiting can be. Sometimes you just want to pull out your hair
at other times you just feel sorry for yourself wondering why it feels like you are not loved by God. Every one else is getting answers but you. Every one has testimonies just not you. Everyone is getting jobs, changing jobs, getting married, having babies…. Just not you. And we all scream “it’s my turn!!!” In church maybe you even louder. So of course it’s tempting to just cry and throw that party for one
Sweetie I honestly wish I had all the answers. To be honest some of the most amazing gals I know are still unmarried. If it was up to me everyone would have twins and triplets and the babies would be extra cute for good measure…. But it’s not up to me sadly and I know there is a waiting period and it’s not easy but this one thing I promise you
It won’t always be like this… The lord will perfect all concerning you and sooner rather than later it will turn in your favour.
And you too will testify. I declare that it’s still your year for all good things. It’s your turn to testify. Just hold on… The little while is almost over.
Just hold on because it won’t last forever and God always ALWAYS shows up because we serve a faithful God…
Just hold on this too shall pass
If you won’t take it from “pastor M” then take it from “doctor M”
Now go to rest … Doctor’s orders. See you tomorrow