A Complete 180

image-1-62Morning all! Ps 30.11 says “You have turned my mourning into joyful dancing. You have taken away my clothes of mourning and clothed me with gladness,”

‭There are so many things we trust God for; and when our hopes are dashed, the areas of our greatest expectation can quickly become the areas of our greatest disappointment. We can become so shortsighted that we forget that God sees the bigger picture: He knows what He’s doing when He closes doors and asks us to wait patiently for our miracle. We usually fail to remember that God is the God of epic turnarounds. The situations that currently cause us the most despair and hopelessness are the same situations God can completely transform so they bring us laughter and gladness. We need to stop taking things at face value and instead, use eyes of faith to see things just as God does. God loves to surprise us and rarely announces how He’ll manifest our testimonies. Let’s stop trying to figure out how the breakthrough will come and simply believe that He will turn our tears of disappointment into tears of joy… just like He promises.

Happy Wednesday!

10 thoughts on “A Complete 180

  1. I must be sounding like a broken record by now but, once again, you’ve written a very concise message that’s even more insightful than the last one.
    I don’t know how you do it! However you do it though, keep it up 😊

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    • Not at all! I appreciate each and every comment and am so grateful that you take the time to share how it’s blessing you!

      I love hearing how God speaks to people in different ways through TWW so long may it continue! Thank you

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    • You’re so right! There are so many examples of God turning things around for His children in the bible, even when they’re undeserving. God’s favour on the Israelites exemplify His loving kindness. Looking forward to hearing testimonies about how he turns things around in each of our lives too!

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    • Amen! It’s so easy to be tempted to use out physical senses when our spiritual senses have the power to see so much more than what’s in front of us. Glad to hear it was a word in season and thank you so much for commenting!

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