I’m learning that God is good all the time.
I’m learning that God is good even in a desert.
I’m learning that the power of waiting on him and learning what that actually means.
I’m learning about God is true even when I don’t see Him or feel Him. My understanding of it doesn’t change Him.
So, humbly, I’ll ask you to jump over and visit this post on a newer site I’ve been writing for.
“I remain confident of this: I will see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living. Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.” Psalm 27:13-14
These two verses have been my hope in this season of life lately.
Understand, the last two years of life for my family have been hard. In fact, if I look back over 17 years of marriage, the last 48 months have been the hardest ever. A little less than three years ago, we lost our home. A casualty of the burst housing bubble, we packed up and moved from our little community that we loved to a place of stark suburban sameness. For the next two years, we tried to find our footing in a new place that we hoped could be an Eden but ended up a desert.
I entered into two years of doubting the goodness of God, two years of wondering if He really has good things in store for me, and two years of resigning myself to the fact that the desert might in fact be the reality…