Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Never Never Never ever Give Up!



I just want to share a word of inspiration with you, perhaps you're having a bad day, a bad time, or a bad life. Well I've been in all 3 of those positions, believe me, and I have to admit there have been many times when I have literally thrown my arms up in the air and screamed..."I QUIT"!

But I didn't quit, not really, not totally. The Spirit of God lives within me and He won't let me give up, thank His Name!

I've learned how important, and what a blessing it is to read His Word as much as I can because guess what? When I'm having a "downer" day or even just a "downer" few intense moments at home, usually with my 6 yr old autistic son who can go from normal to over-the-top raging in 3 seconds flat, some of those scriptures I've read and studied come to my mind and give me strength and help and....hope!

No matter how dark the night may seem, no matter how HUGE the challenges you face, God will always be there for you, IF YOU LET HIM! Cry out to Him, claim His promises, cling to His Word, hold on to your faith, and put your every feeling and thought into HIS hands....you'll always be safe in His Haven!
esther

"Jesus looked at them and said, "With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God." Mark 10:27

4 comments:

Angela said...

My goodness gracious woman!! I can't believe you,lol. this is absolutely amazing. Look at how beautiful this blog is, I can honestly still hear the music playing, how the heckeroni did you get to do that still? lol. Praise and glory to God..Ok, I'm off to add you to my blog list girl.

VoicingAutism said...

((Angie))

THANK you sis, for your beautiful comment! It made my day!

Well I'm still learning how to do this stuff, lol, so please be patient! I love your blog, too!

dove

Angela said...

Hey girl,,just left your link on my blog, sending other's to read this amazing post!!
Happy New Year my precious sister.

VoicingAutism said...

((Angie))

I'm blown away and BLESSED at the continuity of our long-distance friendship! Girl, do you realize we "met" several yrs ago, when Julian wasn't even a year old yet? I love that our friendship has become a kind of "bond" between us...and as the new year starts, here we are...still friends...although we may go months without actually hearing one anothers voices on the phone...you're always with me, girl...through memories and through Christ. I love you, my awesome sis.

dove a.k.a. Voicing Autism

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