I want you to know that being vulnerable and letting someone help does not equal complaining. You can let people in—even if you’re struggling, even if you don’t have one positive thing going on in your life, and even if your struggles are “not as bad” as someone else’s. You are worth being vulnerable. Yes, you are worth helping — and your pain is worth voicing.
God looks at us through the lens of Jesus’ finished work and gives hope when we feel unworthy. He sees us in the light of His love.
That I may know Him Was my heartfelt plea. Little did I know then What was in store for me. He gently took me by the hand and led me down a path I did not understand to show His plan for me.
When I can’t imagine living like this, when my struggles feel relentless, I must trust God day by day, moment by moment, breath by breath.
Have you ever, like me, found yourself turning away in shame or despair, believing that your lack defines your whole? What if our barrenness is in fact God’s good purpose? What if we deemed it not a punishment to flee from or an embarrassment to hide from, but rather a place to slow and savor more of His Presence…