I John 3:18

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Friday, June 6, 2008

IT’S AMAZING HOW WHEN I’M TIRED, EVERYTHING IS MORE INTENSE.
I’M A LITTLE MORE LONELY.
I’M A LITTLE MORE SAD.
I CRY A LITTLE MORE.
I’M A LITTLE BIT ANGRIER.
I’M A LITTLE MORE SENSITIVE.
I’M A LITTLE MORE AWARE OF THE FACT THAT I DON’T HAVE A MOMMA HERE ANYMORE.


I HAVE BEEN CLINGING TO THESE VERSES WITH ALL THAT I AM:

“BLESSED ARE THOSE WHO MOURN, FOR THEY SHALL BE COMFORTED.”
*JESUS*

“BLESSED BE THE GOD AND FATHER OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST, THE FATHER OF MERCIES AND GOD OF ALL COMFORT, WHO COMFORTS US IN ALL OUR AFFLICTION SO THAT WE WILL BE ABLE TO COMFORT THOSE WHO ARE IN ANY AFFLICTION WITH THE COMFORT WITH WHICH WE OURSELVES ARE COMFORTED BY GOD. FOR JUST AS THE SUFFERINGS OF CHRIST ARE OURS IN ABUNDANCE, SO ALSO OUR COMFORT IS ABUNDANT THROUGH CHRIST.”

*II CORINTHIANS 1:3-5*

4 comments:

Rebecca said...

Call me if you need anything! You don't ALWAYS have to be the listener. I feel like I tell you all my issues...but, you can call me and tell me what's going on with you too. I'll try to keep my mouth closed and ears open :)

liz said...

Amen! Great post

Brea said...

Being tired does seem to magnify every little thing. I'm always reminded, when I read, 'Weeping may last for a night, but joy comes in the morning," that (in theory) morning comes after sleeping. I am far more joyful in the morning when I've been asleep for enough hours the night before. :)

Thanks for the congrats. We're excited!! :)

~Brea

Tori said...

Really good post!
I just found your blog and I'll be back to read some more.

Very nice blog!