We still have hope in God and what He has said
There are baby things all around my house. There is a swing in the living room. A bouncy seat in my office. A highchair in our dining room. Clean baby bottles in our cabinets, and donated breastmilk in our freezer. There is a perfectly, lovingly decorated, beautiful nursery upstairs and a hospital bag that was packed with a little outfit and a name that was ready to be used.
I could look at all of these things and they could make me sad, and if I’m honest, they do. But every time I look at them, sitting in the tension of what is and what is to come, I whisper, “I believe You, Father.”
It doesn’t matter what your circumstances look like, Friend. It doesn’t matter how dead things seem to appear. It doesn’t matter how hopeless your situation seems. He’s still the God of miracles. He’s still the God of the impossible. But more than anything, He is so near. He is so close to you, closer than the skin on your bones.
And He holds your hand staring down your impossibilities, waiting for the most beautiful moment to call forth His resurrection life. All you have to do is keep your eyes on Him. Turn your precious face, towards His.
And watch Him resurrect the dead.
This article originally appeared on gracewhilewewait.com and is used here by permission.