When circumstances are out of your control and there seems to be no hope, don’t give up. I first published this over two years ago when a lifelong friend was battling cancer, then I was reminded of it this week as doctors told my cousin that there was no hope for his unresponsive daughter. After six days of persistent prayers from friends and family and through the grace of God, my young cousin awakened and is continually improving. Don’t believe the lies of Satan that your prayers don’t make a difference! Remember that God wants to hear your prayers, and He is still in control.
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Like Jonah, I have spent a good bit of time in the belly of the whale. I understand what made Jonah run from God’s plan for his life, but I have also learned the joy of obedience. No experience compares to the time I spent running from God calling me to write, but many blessings have followed since I yielded to His will. In 2 Corinthians 12:9 God says, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” God doesn’t expect us to be perfect, just willing! My days are filled with spending as much time as possible with my family, teaching middle school, playing piano for worship services, teaching a ladies’ Bible study, writing devotionals, and making homemade cinnamon rolls when I have the energy. View all posts by Tresa Walker