But the eyes of the LORD are on those who fear him,
on those whose hope is in his unfailing love,
to deliver them from death
and keep them alive in famine.
Psalm 33:18-19
For some reason, I have spent some time the last few days reflecting on how different this time this year is from this time last year.  While I have tried several times this morning to put into words what is on my heart, it isn’t working very well…the words come out all wrong, thoughts don’t flow from heart and head to hands. 
I feel that I have been delivered from a famine of sorts…that there is hope, a light at the end of a tunnel, the calm after a storm.  Are things perfect?  No, far from it, but I feel as though I have been kept alive during a famine.  It is like I am on a journey…travelling down a long road.  I KNOW there is an end, just having a hard time judging the distance…but I take comfort in knowing He is in control and will be with me the whole way…He will go the distance with me.

Thank you, Lord…for this feeling of peace today.  I know it may not last forever, but I am grateful for today, grateful for being delivered from a rocky, stormy time into a time of calm.  When things get rough, please help me remember to keep my focus on you. 

Where are you on your journey?


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