I am excited about a video blog post I am planning to do soon about what God is doing in our lives and with our story.
In this video I will share the story of the tragic loss of our 14 year-old son in April 2017. As I share the story of our great loss I will also be sharing about the hope we have in Jesus. And what God has been doing in our lives between then and now. Because of our loss and through our loss.
It is a beautiful story in the making. That I am more than confident. But when you can't see the whole story, and you can't see the ending from the beginning it is so hard to go on in faith knowing that there will be an extraordinary ending that we can't even begin to imagine or think.
I am not referring to the end of story when we will be gloriously carried Home to be forever with our Heavenly Father. But the end here on earth. How the story goes down here this side of heaven. I know that God has a beautiful ending here through and because of our loss and that our story is not over yet.
My desire is to be a vessel that He can use to bring hope, life, encouragement, and inspiration to someone else who is hurting. A voice He can speak through. A life He can use for His glory.
Whatever you have been through or are going through, know that God loves you more than anything. He sees your pain, and He hears your cries. He knows and He cares. He is coming through on your behalf! Your story is not over. He has an amazing and beautiful ending for you!
( This video blog post mentioned above will be done in our little library building in our Alberta home.
You should be able to expect to see it here on my blog in 2 to 3 weeks. )
I am a wife to my wonderful husband, Paul, of over 22 years. Mommy to 9 blessings, ages 21 to 3 years. Our 2nd oldest son, at age 14, has gone on to be with the Lord on April 19th, 2017. I share about that new road we are on here on my blog.
My first 7 years of blogging.
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"I believe a greater intimacy with God leads us to an inner peace, unquenchable joy, & an ever-lasting hope regardless of what we go through in life." Mae