I really want to make this a place where I empty all my thoughts. About my daily experiences, about my career life about watches and business…. Name it!
I sure am having one hell of a week. Some will call it rock bottom but for me it feels like the end. I have complained, I have stressed out about it, I have shared with my closest friends but it just doesn’t feel any better.
Someone tell me they relate to all these tons of feelings! When everything seems to be happening at the same time.
Most times in such situations I result to my earphones. You now know how uplifting my playlist could be. So I went ahead and plugged in my earphones with the hope that the bulk of worries and emptiness would vanish, wapi! It didn’t change nothing.
There is song I love, it is by William McDowell Song of Intercession. I can have it on replay just to get over my day. I had it playing and the middle of the song I just started praying and praising His name, opening up on so many things that have been weighing me down. Confessing of my sins, accepting the weak man I am. Above all acknowledging that even in the darkest of days He is still God!
This had me wondering if I am willing to praise Him even in the middle of stormy and rainy days. When praying or reading the word is not what I feel like doing. When my forgiven sins and sorrows have me drowning. When my dream looks so vague and my vision is blurry!
Will I only accept the good and not the bad from the Lord? No.
After this I was sure the Lord expects better from us as His royal priesthood. It is for us to fully understand the depth of Psalm 103 and embrace how immense His love is for us. That “For as high as the heavens are above the earth, so great is his love for those who fear him; as far as the east is from the west, so far has he removed our transgressions from us. As a father has compassion on his children, so the Lord has compassion on those who fear him“
Let Him reign in the storms. When the sunshine comes be grateful to Him for such days.
Romans 11:36: For from him and through him and for him are all things. To him be the glory forever! Amen
His on Word says, “Weeping may endure for a night but joy comes in the morning”.
Tomorrow we do a review on the resolutions I had set for this year. See you then.