1. Lovely post!
    Be still and know that He is God. Psalm 46:10 – lovely text. I thought about this text today as I was writing my post.
    Praying “God I need you” is so so sooooo powerful.

    1. Thank you! Psalm 46:10 {Know} is my word for 2016, and I had no idea how much I would be clinging to it – He knew! Such a powerful verse, and even when all you can say is “God, I need you,” He is there. Thank you for your post on Worry. It blessed me and I love the verses you shared. Such powerful truth reminders! Thank you for being here!

  2. Psalm 4:8 “In peace I will both lie down and sleep; for you alone, O Lord, make me dwell in safety.”

  3. I so identify with this, Michelle. We want to fix things, but we can’t. This is such an encouraging reminder – “HE is stronger than any of our circumstances.” It’s so hard to understand, but I’m so glad God gave you some peace in it. You and your precious daughter remain in my heart and prayers!

    1. So thankful for your friendship and prayers, Trudy. So thankful for His strength as we learn to be still and know. It’s not easy when we want to fix things and worry. I am so thankful for you and the encouragement that you give to so many of us. You display His strength in a mighty way! Blessings to you!

  4. Yes, you describe it so well-that fun house that is no fun. I’m so sorry for all the pain and wish i could take it all away and make it all better! Thankful that HE IS working all for good-in ways far above what we could ever imagine! Love you all and am praying for His healing and peace and that He continues to show you His presence in powerful ways as He carries you through!💗

  5. PS 66:17 is such a powerful scripture, esp. in the version above and with that graphic. Beautiful! His word never returns void, even on those hard, sleepless nights. When I can’t sleep I pray for others and situations. Enjoyed visiting with you, Michelle.

  6. Yes He is stronger than any of our circumstances. I have many nights I have a hard time sleeping and sometimes praying works and sometimes not. Mine has come with aging and I guess hormones but also lots of my minds some nights.

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