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Blog Posts at the Well

“Unless we form the habit of going to the Bible in bright moments as well as in trouble, we cannot fully respond to its consolations because we lack equilibrium between light and darkness.”

Helen Keller
Adulthood
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It’s His Unfailing Love

To satisfy means to be filled, to be full of gratification. When I woke up this morning, I was in a far better mood than I had been this entire week; it was not because I figured out the secret formula to alleviating stress or discovered the antidote of depression and maintaining a consistent, successful life. No. It was a simple Zoom chat with friends the night before that elevated my spirit, reinvigorating my desire to seek God more diligently and the beauty of admitting “my life is not together.”

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Love
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A Love You Can Trust

If a relationship does not have any trust, then how can you forage ahead, especially in your relationship with God. To believe and see God as reliable and completely trustworthy, helps you to endures the delays and disappointments. When trust is absent, so is the power to persevere and experience any spiritual growth.

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Relationship with God
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Trust and Time

Trust is a powerful force. Depending on who you place your trust in, the keeper of your trust’s integrity and strength can grant you peace or bring you woe. The Bible comprises several commands and precepts encouraging us to place our trust wholeheartedly in the Lord God Almighty. With our trust in the Lord, our confidence will never shatter, because God is God, and there is no one like Him.

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Doubt
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Do I dare to hope?

I don’t know what to tell you. A lot of us are waiting—waiting on our knees. Staying with our hands pressed together, speaking heartfelt, teary-eyed prayers to God and using our last essence. I am waiting and tired and depressed. I want to say this is possibly rock bottom, but I want to be careful with my verbiage.

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