Sunshine days are a joy and a blessing.
They give us precious memories for the season when only rain seems to fall.
As I sit here typing, the rain is falling steadily outside.
Storms are predicted for this afternoon, but for now I'll enjoy the comfort of being safe and dry in my cozy nest.
That's how life is sometimes.
We have to savor the sweetness and yet know that life has it's bitter moments, too.
We may not understand why bad things happen.
Why darkness can sometimes block out the light.
While attending the Teach them Diligently convention in Nashville last weekend, I heard more than one time that God loves our children more than we do.
Oh my, the tears did flow.
How is that even possible?
Look at the sacrifice God made for them- for all of us.
For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. (John 3:16)
My precious daughter's ballet performance beautifully illustrated God's love.
"There are no Orphans of God."
Each and every one of us is a child of God.
He will never leave you.
The days of sunshine are easy and carefree.
We may even think we can do it all on our own.
No worries, right?
And then comes the dark days, filled with rain.
Fear and anxiety are a constant companion.
God is always there for you.
He loves us more than we can begin to comprehend.
Please know that God is in control, dear friends.
You are never alone.
There are no Orphans of God.:)