God’s promises are referenced often in Christian circles. We know they’re in the Bible, but what are they? No matter how much time you’ve spent reading God’s Word, it’s so normal to think … wait, what are those promises again?
When the grief of infertility strikes, we can feel tempted to think God has broken His promise to love us. Why would He allow this heartache in our lives when He could easily fulfill our desires for a baby?
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Just after Valentine’s day, 20 couples from four different states came together for the first ever Waiting in Hope couples’ retreat, Waiting Well Together. What a great weekend we spent together in Tyler, Texas. It was amazing to witness how God moved.
My yard was empty. I didn’t have any kids; didn’t have any co-workers, since I was working from home; didn’t have any friends, since my husband, Colin, and I had recently moved to the area. He was at work, and I was by myself. I sat alone in our empty house, gazing out the back window like a mental hospital patient, thinking about how I was never going to be a mom.
Love is not built around, or amplified on Valentine’s Day, but should be an overflow of God’s love for us. The tender care of our marriages, families, and friendships should demonstrate what real love is — not on a certain day in February, but every day. Today we will reflect on what True Love is and how to let it overflow into our lives, marriages and others.