I can’t seem to stop grieving.
Every time someone asks, “Did you hear about that girl…?” I feel more hurt and more angry when I have to respond, “I was on the scene. She was my friend.”
But God will work all things for the good of those that love Him. Already He is working this for good.
I have loved and been in love for months, but just always been too hesitant to do anything about it. The night my friend died changed all that. God’s love is my only strength; this man is the place God’s love gave me where I don’t have to be strong all the time.
He is her last gift to me. Because I learned from her well-lived life and her tragic death that life is just too short to be still when God calls you loud and clear.
Blogosphere, meet the darling. He is terribly good at reversing the horsebox. He and Thunder have an adorable bromance. I would say he is the man of my dreams, but he’s far more than that.
He’s the man of my prayers.
Glory to the King.
7 thoughts on “Silence in the Storm”
Wonderful!!! Congrats :)) :)) You need each other to grow together, especially now —
So long as he loves King Jesus more than anything else, everything else will fall into place.
I come firmly second in this man’s heart. I wouldn’t have it any other way!
Nodding and smiling here, even though you can’t see it 🙂
Cryptrade – I know that to be truly loved, I must be loved by a man who loves God – the source of love – before all else. And I am ❤