Post From Wife: Journey

Sadness seems to be encompassing me of late. In part it has to do with the fact that we have difficulties we are struggling with, as do all families. In part it has to do with the atmosphere of the political world. Lawmakers seem to be more and more intent on controlling our lives rather than protecting our freedoms. It makes me wonder what kind of world I will leave my children in, which makes me sorrowful. So I ask you… What do you do to get over this feeling and continue on with your responsibilities?

Difficult Journey

Difficult Journey

For me, I need to seek the wisdom of my parents. I know I can rely on their experiences and understanding. My husband is the most referred to however, and I am so blessed to be soaking in his honest childlike faith. I focus too much on the sadness and the hurt and he can always find a positive perspective on whatever is happening in our lives. There is something to be said for the innocence that he exudes when helping me to see through the evil of the world.

“God helps His children come home,” was the most recent thought he shared with me. This is what I mean by his childlike faith. I find myself so often thinking that I wish to be just like my husband when I grow up. He is a pillar of strength for our family and he is a steady beacon in this tumultuous atmosphere. This life is a difficult journey, but I am so grateful to be sharing it with him.

Joy in the Journey

Joy in the Journey

3 thoughts on “Post From Wife: Journey

  1. Great Blog Post! Sometimes it’s hard to see The Light through the fog of life. But always know that the war has been won!! That is what this Easter season is all about. Sure, we still have battles to fight, but this is only temporary. Keep your eyes on the prize. God is in control. We just have to sit back and love along the way. From where I sit, I see no shortage of love by your amazing witness and your openness to God’s will. Also, thank you for recognizing the gift of an amazing husband. That is half the battle. All will be well, all will be well.

    • Amen! We are an Easter people! Thank you and God bless you for your encouraging understanding; It gives me a renewed hope 🙂

  2. John has always been a very very special person, and I am sooo happy that he found such an awesome person like u to share his life with. A person just as special as he is.

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