Written by Deborah.





Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. Proverbs 3:5-6 


From day to day we're challenged to trust in the Lord with all of our heart. Each of us, no matter where we live or what we do or how many children we do or don’t have or the size of our house and/or income or what we consider entertainment or our condition of health or how we live righteously before Him…it really doesn’t matter, we all face daily choices and plenty of challenges.


Some days are better or easier to handle than others. Some days are unbearable or never ending. Some days are blissfully wonderful or ‘unbelievable’ but believable because of God’s blessings. But regardless of the events of any day…the evening comes…the night arrives and we each lay our heads down on our respective pillows.


For some, there's constant upheaval during the course of a day. For others, a day may monotonously drag on from hour to hour. For a few, a day may be full of painful realities to face or hard news to hear. For most, the day is blessed because evil has not overtaken us. For all, each day is different and stands on its own merit. And for all of us, although we may not acknowledge it, each day full of God’s grace and mercy.


We're creatures of habit and we like the comfort of familiarity. We all get that cozy and secure feeling of being at home amongst the love of our family and/or spouses—and knowing that no matter how hard the day was—with God’s help and the support of our family—we can and will get through another day. We all get the enjoyment of a healthy meal or the relaxation of a hot shower or the comfort of a snugly bed. These simple pleasures remind us that God is our Father and thus all will be—okay.


Our prayers, in due time—His time, will be answered. Our hopes, in due time—His time, will be realized. Our dreams, in due time—His time will become reality. Our needs, in due time—His time, will be met. Our times of uncertainty, in due time—His time, will be made clear. Our deliverance, in due time—His time will arrive. We are challenged to trust in Him.


Within our Christian Adoption Family, we face a multiplicity of challenges in every category of life. Each of us is challenged to trust in the Lord with all our hearts and we also need to trust in the Lord with all our hearts—for full deliverance for one another. We cannot make each other happy or bring about His answers. We cannot predict or insure God’s timing of deliverance.


But we can, stand in the gap for one another in prayerful expectation. We can stand upon the promises of God for one another. We can claim, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ that evil be kept far away from the hearts and homes of one another. We have the ability and the power through Christ Jesus. We're challenged to face our spiritual responsibility (respond to His ability within us) by interceding and offering supplications and prayers for one another.


The sun sets each day and goes to visit the other side of the earth.


A day concludes to start all over again…and we again face the challenge of trusting in the Lord with all of our heart.


May we, as His children, choose to stand upon His promises and to stand up for one another in diligent prayer.


No matter what this day meant to you or brought to you and/or no matter what challenges you faced…


be assured that…


after the night comes the day.

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