The Best Is Yet To Come

So dealing with this sickness that I have, I know first hand how hard it is to keep your faith while you’re down. Until yesterday when I heard God’s Not Done With You by Tauren Wells on KLOVE & it really challenged my perspective.

You see, at the beginning of all of this, it was so hard to see passed all of my questions. I was so healthy & in shape 2 years ago, so I never understood why me. It’s still so hard to this day not to get up & go for a run whenever I want to. At the beginning, after going from going for runs whenever I wanted to to not being able to walk was really hard for me. It still is, but through all of this, I’ve learned my place.

Instead of looking at it as “why me” I now see it as an opportunity to share my testimony to y’all. How could I possibly be mad at God when He’s giving us a perfect baby boy? Truth is, I can’t. Yeah it absolutely sucks relearning how to do everything, but maybe this is God’s way of preparing me for motherhood. (Currently have tears streaming down my face). It’s crazy to think about, but it’s the truth.

So anyone going through something, don’t ever question God’s plans because He’s not done with you. Take it from me, I know it’s hard to see it now, but the best is yet to come.

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2 thoughts on “The Best Is Yet To Come

  1. Melissa Walker says:

    You are such an inspiring young woman. You have so much wisdom and faith. What a lucky baby boy to have such a wonderful momma like you!

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