Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Woe is me, but To God be the Glory.

If you have noticed I have not posted anything for quite sometime. Have you ever been to the spot where you just feel like you have nothing to share with anyone?
Have you ever felt like you just wanted to hide when you seen someone coming to ask you what they should do in their life, cause you just felt so low that you had nothing to offer? and that you really didn't have all the answers for your own life, How could you possibly ever help anyone else.
I have not posted because the Lord has been doing a work in my life and he has been peeling off layers of me and I really have not wanted anyone to see what the layers were exposing, somethings are not real pretty, sad to say.
My desire when starting this blog was to always bring honor to my Saviour and through this trial I have been weary of how much my feeling might shine through rather than glorifying the Lord, so I have just stayed away.
But today I feel compelled to write, so I must.
I want to start by saying that it has been over a year since my husband has had a steady income of any sort.(I also have no income) To this day I can say that MY God has supplied all our needs. We are still waiting on the disability to come through. We are in the third stage of the proceedings. We received another letter from the Governor of Kentucky the other day stating that he was still checking in on Mikes case and that he encouarged them to please address Mikes case in a speedy fashion.....WOW, Who are we that the govenor would take note of us? But then I thought....WOW, I have one higher than even the govenor working on this case, God is moving people on our behalf to take care of us. God cannot lie, he is a loving Father that will take care of his children.
He has taught me to trust him with my whole life. I can do nothing but lean on Him.
Hopefully the Lord will shine brighter in my life more today than he ever has as the layers of Becky are peeled away.

Romans 2:4
Or despisest thou the riches of his goodness and forbearance and longsuffering; not knowing that the GOODNESS OF GOD leadeth thee to repentance?

Just remember that God knows what is best for us and his goodness is worth trusting in, cause it will lead us to repentance if we will let it.

I am forever HIS.
Mrs. E.