I haven’t blogged for awhile. Not because I didn’t want to. But I just couldn’t. I tried. But after my mom passed away, I have been finding it hard to write, let alone do other things. But I miss it. I miss sharing with you what God is teaching me, showing me and doing in me.
This morning, I find it hard to hear the quiet. Snow is falling and it is so quiet. It falls so gently, so peacefully, so perfectly pure. But God is telling me, this is how he covers us with his love. Gently. Peacefully. Purely.
As I sit here surrounded by white lights on my Christmas tree, I am taking it all in. All the love, all the lessons, all the quiet. My prayer lately has been from Job: “God don’t leave me – I will go through whatever you want for me, just please don’t leave me”.
You see, there are times in our lives when things just don’t seem like they should. And not because we are in sin. We are actually pressing in. Pressing in to His Word, His presence, His promises. But yet, you find yourself pressing but no press back, no presence, promises seem unfulfilled. These are the times the quiet seems overwhelming. Almost deafening. So I sit here, listening, believing and knowing how loved I am in the midst of all of it.
It’s almost like living in the Song of Solomon experience. Are we in this life just because He is beautiful. When someone asks us “Who is He more than others?”, what do we respond? I want to be like the shulamite. In the midst of things just not seeming to be as they should, I want you to hear how much I love His eyes, flames of fire, His feet, His hair that is white as whole, His hands, His glory and majesty. He covers me with Him, this is love. He is love. He covers me with this. I don’t want to just tell you what He has done for me, and it is awesome! But I want you to know Him. Because He is altogether lovely and perfect.
So today as we watch the snow falling so majestically, remember He doesn’t leave us, even if things do not seem as they should.