Crying Out

This could be me today.
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I know I said I was going to post Sharing Saturdays, and I fully intend to. However, right now our family is in a crisis. We are having to leave our home, due to foreclosure and my naivete (read stupidity.)

Where are you going?
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So, I am packing and praying and generally feeling overwhelmed. I’m crying out to God for help! It is a desperate time for us. However, I know that God has us; that He has plans to prosper us and not harm us, as the Bible tells us. I just detest the unknown. It’s terrifying.

Please pray for us. I am not sure how much I will be able to post in the next couple of weeks. Things are hectic and oh so overwhelming. I cry out and cry daily, sometimes hourly. God is still good, though, even in my terror and doubt. He is still perfect, even though I am not.

Prayers, please!
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God bless you all and thanks for following!

Rita

Published by Rita

I am a single mother, a Christian, a writer, an abuse survivor, a reader, and a friend. I've wanted to be a writer my entire life and now here I am!

9 thoughts on “Crying Out

  1. Wishing you all the blessings and happiness for you guys! We all make mistakes and thankfully it’s not all held against us!

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    1. I am human, so totally not perfect. I know God has a plan. Saying that doesn’t take away all the anxiety, but I know that God loves us so very much. I take heart in that.

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      1. Absolutely! A positive mindset allows us to see opportunities while a negative outlook sees obstacles!! Blessings!

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  2. You have all my prayers with you. And keep thinking those positive thoughts, about God, it will give you all the strength you need, even in moments of disappointment.

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  3. Thanks. I’m trying, but depression is trying so hard to drag me down. I just want the whole situation to be over and for us to be safe and settled. I keep thinking of Jonah and the whale and how he so badly didn’t want to go to Ninevah. However, that is what God wanted. He fought and fought, but guess what? He still went to Ninevah in the end and converted it. Yeah. I think of that every time I whine “but…I don’t want to!”

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  4. I wish I knew how to help beyond praying (which I will) Rita. I have had to move the family and start over 4 times in life. Being retired and back home I know God led us through the storms…hard times come but he is always there.

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