Lost and Found : I cannot tell you how many times I have lost my phone this week. Every time I lose my things, I will try to recall my steps backwards. I will begin my search by looking inside my spice drawer, or medicine cabinet, the space between the sofa, or under my car seat. Sometimes I will find it right away or after a day or two. Imagine losing your child in a crowd. I was once lost for a few minutes in a crowded train station as a toddler. I haven’t forgotten that fear . –Have
Psalm 147:3 – He healeth the broken in heart, and bindeth up their wounds (KJV) When I tried to carry all my bags on my lap: I loved travelling by trains growing up in India, especially the two – day train trips my family did during our summer holidays . There were no rules on how many baggage we could carry with us. I remember packing my little bag and stuffing it with my clothes, books, toys, and snacks. As I hopped onto the train, I decided to hold onto my heavy bag despite my parents asking me to put
Memory of scars: Ever had to deal with scars that reminded you of sad times? I have two big scars on my face, and couple on my body from my childhood. The one on my forehead is from the Chicken pox I got on my 4th birthday and had to be in a room away from everyone to prevent spreading it to others. The other scar is on the palm of my right hand when I tripped and fell onto a sharp rock during a vacation. I bled a lot and needed several stitches. Our scars they come in all sizes and shapes
‘Do not fear, for I am with you; Do not anxiously look about you, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, surely I will help you, Surely I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.’ Isaiah 41:10 (NASB) Have you experienced a life changing event that rocked your world upside down?
II have known this one particular woman my whole life. I know how she struggles in lot of the areas in her life. She does not see herself adequate in the things she wants to do and have accomplished, worries and stresses out easily.