Good evening everyone! I hope that your Tuesday was a good one! Mine was busy as usual...but truly blessed by God, as I spent much time with Him this afternoon...writing a beautiful piece that He placed upon my heart to share with you tomorrow, on "A Journey of Thoughts from God's Heart to Yours."
As I'm sitting here in my office this evening...enjoying a peaceful end to my day...I seem to be finding myself thanking God more and more for my salvation. You know...how can we ever imagine getting through this life without God. When I see what others go through from day to day...including myself; I can't imagine what it would be like, to walk down a dark and lonesome path alone.
Quite some time back...there were two years of my life; that I never want to relive...because those moments were filled with depression and a discouragement; that felt almost impossible to get out of. Even though I wasn't strong enough to get through those moments...God was and He stepped in on my behalf and let me lean on Him, while He led me out of those dark and dismal moments of despair.
Tonight...some of you may be facing moments that just seem almost impossible to get through. Maybe you have fallen down to nothing...or maybe you are experiencing chronic pain and illness...or maybe you have lost your job and fear the unknown moments that lie ahead. No matter what you are facing...may I encourage you to not only give your life over to Christ; but to also let everything you're holding so tightly to...go into the hands of the One, who can be strength for you, during times of weakness.
Remember one thing tonight...no matter how alone your circumstance has made you feel...you are never alone in this lonely world...for there is a God, who longs to take your place and be everything that you can't be for yourself right now....so call out to Him...He's waiting to hear from you.
As we close these moments together, I pray that you will truly feel the loving and peaceful presence of God in your night...and that you will come to see that there is a God who is stronger than these moments; that attempt to prove themself, as something greater than anything...including God. Have a great night...and may God be especially close, during an hour of need...Amen!
Goodnight...and God bless! See you tomorrow!
Diane K Hiltz Chamberlain