Friday, August 20, 2010

INNER TURMOIL





Only a parent can imagine the inner turmoil and anguish experience when their child suffers hurt, setbacks, grief, illness or any kind of life's dispair.
At that time you would gladly trade places with them just to see them happy once more.
Where do you go at times like this, who do you ask for help, what do you do??
Sometimes it seems there is nowhere to turn. you are encased in a fragement of time, where even breathing becomes a chore.  
A war rages within, a searing pain as though your very heart is torn apart trampled on and thrown away..
No-one cares, everyone has their own situations.
People are never totally infalable. No matter how willing they are to assist, you are sure nothing will or can change the circumstances.....
The storm brews until you feel it will explode, surely you cannot take anymore...
Oh Lord, Help Me.....You cry out!
Will He Hear??? Is he listening.

This is His promise to us,

He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High

will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.
I will say of the LORD, "He is my refuge and my fortress,
my God, in whom I trust."

"Because he loves me," says the LORD,
"I will rescue him;

I will protect him, for he acknowledges my name.
He will call upon me, and I will answer him;
I will be with him in trouble,
I will deliver him and honor him.
With long life will I satisfy him
and show him my salvation." (Psalms 91)

Be still my heart and know, that God is always here.
He loves me and leaves me with this promise...

"I will NEVER leave thee nor FORSAKE thee.!!"
Hebrews 13:5
Praise His Holy Name.




Listen to the Kookaburra laugh, to brighten your day.  



11 comments:

  1. This post really touched me Crystal Mary, as both my children have been through divorce and many personal problems and needed much support. Always there is a Greater Presence beside you.
    Hope you are feeling better.
    Blessings and Love
    June xx

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  2. Hi Crystal Mary,
    I sure hope that you are feeling better. This is a very powerful post and when I go off of here, I'm going to mark Psalm 91 in my Bible..thank you so much for this..
    Love,
    Cindy

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  3. Yes.I Know That Feeling. Its important to to know we are never alone.
    Thank You For An Important Post.

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  4. This psalm has helped me when my husband passed away and again when my son died. When I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer I again turned to this comforting psalm.....I love it.
    Hope you are well my friend.....:-)Hugs

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  5. Thank you for the encouraging scriptures. Don't know what you are going through but I pray the peace of God be yours.

    Blessings,
    Linda J

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  6. It sounds like you've written a psalm of your own, Crystal Mary. I pray that God helps you and yours through whatever demons you're confronting. God bless you.

    Incidentally, I posted that story that you requested.

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  7. brilliant words...
    I can relate...
    take good care,
    have an evening as graceful as your words.

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  8. Hello all, I recieved a very sad email asking for pray for a woman who's son is newly diagnosed with leukemia. She sent it out to everyone on her email list. His name is Bruce. He is fourty five years old and happily married with four children. I cannot imagine what this would be like, I do imagine I would be as devastated as she is. So when you read this please pray for him...We never know when we could be requesting the same for one of ours...
    My own son has been going through trying times.
    My prayers have been answered for him, and all it well."Praise God!!"
    I am also feeling much better from kidney problems..I see my doctor, Marion, on Monday.
    God bless everyone and keep you safe under the cover of His wings.. CML

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  9. Gustavo Osmar Santos
    Estuvo Aquí...wonderfull.

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  10. This post brought me back to those times when my child would be sick or other trials in my family. And yes, we can choose to either tough it out and ignore our limit or use them to make us seek His love and mercy. He is faithful! He is able! Glory to God! Blessings to you sister.

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