Before the Morning

April 23, 2011

Today is the day that sits idly between the darkest day in history and the brightest day known to man.

The disciples thought they had life figured out. Jesus was going to change the world.

He had turned the water into wine, healed the sick, calmed the storm, and brought the dead to life. Now he was dead. Gone. What hope they had, had begun to waver.

Just listen to the guys on the road to Emmaus, “But we were hoping that it was He who was going to redeem Israel…” (Luke 24:21)

He was going to. Now what?

Life wasn’t going the way they thought it would or should. Been there? I have.

Hopeless, frustrated, disappointed, not sure which way to go and wondering where God is. You thought you knew how it was all going to turn out but now, once again, you’re clueless.

How many times have you been there only to see God step in and save the day? He always will, you know. He is trustworthy. He never fails but sometimes while He’s working we allow our faith to dwindle and life to get very dark before the morning.

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  •    Neva  |  April 24th, 2011 at 3:49 am     Reply

    I am ever grateful for the dark cold empty tomb—to live forever the light of hope—thank you Paula
    I hope you have a glorious worship tomorrow

    peace and prayers,
    neva

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