31 Days with the Savior: Weep

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Gentle Reader,

I’m going to be up-front with you: My mind is not on writing today. It probably won’t be for the rest of this week. Not until I get the MRI on Friday out of the way. I know I shouldn’t be scared, but I am. For the last three days I’ve walked that awful path of being too tired to sleep. When I do manage to close my eyes, I wake with a start, the snake of anxiety wrapping ever-tighter around my heart.

My plan for this week is to simply share some things that Jesus said, things that bring me comfort. I hope they seep into your soul.

Blessed are you who weep now, for you shall laugh.” – Luke 6:21b (NKJV)

My journey to faith. (15)

For all entries in the Jesus: 31 Days with the Savior series, go here.

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12 thoughts on “31 Days with the Savior: Weep

  1. I think being scared is fine. It is a scary thing and you can only be brave when you know you are afraid. You can only really be trusting when that’s all you can be. Be gentle with yourself as I know you would be with anyone else you loved. I’m sure I will only be one of many praying for you as you go through this time. And one of the joys of this virtual community is these prayers will be rising up at every hour of the night and day as those who have been touched by your writing pray around the clock.

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  2. For I will (fully) satisfy the weary soul …. Jeremiah 31:25 AMP

    Marie – I have never commented here, but I so understand the fear and anxiety of tests looming. As a two time cancer survivor, my being scanned is so important to have early detection of something should recur. Hang in there. Thank you for sharing the journey to wholeness and health with us.

    I’ll be lifting you as you face this.

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