It was one of those days that every mother tries to avoid. First, the washing machine stopped in the middle of the spin cycle. Then she discovered that the toaster was not working. When she opened the door to the refrigerator, she discovered that it had been on defrost all night. The last straw was a raging migraine headache.
She reached down, picked up her small son, placed him on her lap, held him tightly and began to weep softly as the tears ran down her cheeks.
Without saying a word, Ronnie took the pacifier out of his mouth and placed it in hers.
Some days just seem to unravel. We awaken to a shining sun only to have dark clouds appear from nowhere and cover it up. What we thought would be a day of joy suddenly turned into a night of despair. Bad days come into each of our lives and we end up feeling alone and abandoned, overwhelmed and oppressed.
Problems pile up like flakes of snow in a blizzard.
When days do not develop as we want them to, we can be grateful for the grace of God. In the midst of the most draining and demanding experiences that life has to offer, He is with us. He has promised that He will never leave us nor forsake us. Even though God seems far away, He is always close at hand offering His help. If we "Ask anything in My name, I will do it!" It's His Word!
Prayer: Heavenly Father, how thankful we ought to be that Your power exceeds our problems. Always! In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
Scripture: John 14:13 And whatever you ask in My name, that I will do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son.