Someone died this very morning. It was not quite what we as a team expected, and that made me gloomy.
Having joy in the midst of sorrow – how to wheep with those who wheep, and having joy at once. Is it even possible?
Source – Brian Kosoff
Rejoice with those who rejoice, and wheep with those who wheep. Can I? Can you?
Wandering in the halls of my hospital, I was wondering. How much comfort am I able to offer those who have no answer to their prayers, not understanding God as they desire… Do I? Understand Him?I might not understand Him, and I am not even daring enough to claim I ever could. But I know Him. He loves. Me. And all the lovable and not so loveable around me. But He loves. Because He is Love. And I delight today in His love and care. I am precious. Everyone of you out there is. Because He created me. And took delight in watching so far over me. And even in the adversities of my life so far, knowing and relishing in His love, I felt at peace – knowing this world is not anymore as it was initially created by God. Seeing it all day long around me. So many cancer patients. So many young patients. So much despair. And so much deceit. Satan is gaining land. But Jesus’ return is close. He is about to come. And there, in the land beyond this created world, there will be peace, and no more pain or suffering. Help me, Lord, not to ever forget all these!