Let it Be… #hope

there will be an answer let it beThe waiting is the hardest part…

The second guessing.  Worrying.. Over thinking…


I am in the biggest waiting room I have ever been in.

It never seems to end…

Some-days I feel confident, and controlled.  Excited and encouraged…

Most days, when I am honest with myself, I am confused, over tired .. scared and burned out!

Nice, right!  Hahaha

My hope, and God’s peace,  enters my heart,  and flows through my veins,  only when I sit before His throne…

These quiet mornings, when I open God’s word…

No agenda.  Not looking for answers, not searching frantically for hope… but, instead, opening God’s word and taking in His ways… and His days while He was here.

Walking His steps with Him.. Listening.  Believing.  Praying…

His ways are my peace.

How I pray this gives you comfort… How I pray You too would find your peace in His presence.

If you feel frantic, or overwhelmed when you open God’s word, it my hope that you would stop.

Stop searching.  Stop rushing.  Stop over thinking.

It it my prayer for you that you would open His word with obedience to listen… walk with Jesus through His journey, slowly.  Let your mind visualize his steps… Let Your heart hear His words…

Just walk… listen and pray….

There will be an answer… Let it be :)

In Jesus Name,

I pray,


Live in Love,


Ps… this must have been a very long journey home… this man believed.  Trusted, and walked…

We can do the same :)

“In the course of His journey through Galilee, He arrived at a town of Cana, where He had turned the water into wine.  There was a government official in the city of Capernaum whose son was very sick.  When He heart that Jesus had come from Judea and was traveling in Galilee, He went over to Cana.  He found Jesus and begged Him to to come to Capernaum with him to heal his son, who was about to die…..

“The official pleaded , “Lord, please come now before my little boy dies.”

Then Jesus told him, “Go back home.  Your son will live!’

And the man believed Jesus’ word and started home…”

John 4:46-54