Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Timely Life Lesson Shared by Our Nephew Will Evans

Photo shared by Will.

     Our nephew, Will Evans, shared a real-life lesson a friend of his received from the Lord.  It is so timely, not just for me but for so many other hurting hearts.  I share it here with the prayer it will encourage you as it has me.  

     Caregiver, stay on your knees and keep looking up.  The Lord knows every ache of your heart and sees every tear you cry.  You are not alone - and you are loved with an everlasting love.  

     And Merry CHRISTmas!



     I was in Dollar Tree last night and there was a lady and two kids behind me in the LONG line.  One was a big kid, one was a toddler.  The bigger one had a pack of glow sticks and the baby was screaming for them so the Mom opened the pack and gave him one, which stopped his tears.  He walked around with it smiling, but then the bigger boy took it and the baby started screaming again.  Just as the Mom was about to fuss at the older child, he bent the glow sticks and handed it back to the baby.

     As we walked outside at the same time, the baby noticed that the stick was now glowing and his brother said "I had to break it so you could get the full effect from it." 

     I almost ran because l could hear God saying to me, "I had to break you to show you why I created you.  You had to go through it so you could fulfill your purpose.  That little baby was happy just swinging that 'unbroken' glow stick around in the air because he didn't understand what it was created to do which was 'glow'."

     There are some people who will be content just "being" but some of us that God has chosen, we have to be "broken".  We have to get sick.  We go through divorce and financial struggle.  We have to bury our brother, spouse, parents, best friend, or our child because, in those moments of desperation, God is breaking us but when the breaking is done, then we will be able to see the reason for which we were created.

       Shared by Will Evans


1 comment:

  1. LOVE this story!!! What a great truth to be reminded of.


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