A Rainbow: God’s Promise To Me

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It’s no secret. I’ve been going through a really difficult time. Trying to make sense of the things that haven’t gone my way and just mulling around with all the things going wrong in my life.
This afternoon on the way to my support group. I saw a beautiful rainbow. I’m always in awe of their beauty and to me as a Christian I am always reminded of God’s promise.

Through this particular rainbow I could hear God whispering to me “I will never give you more than you can handle. It will be OK. I still need you.”
I haven’t felt this sense of calm in weeks. No, things have absolutely not gone my way but today I was reminded of my purpose and that God still has His hands in this. I’m still needed. And I still have the opportunity to reach out to others. It just looks a little different right now. However I’m learning different isn’t necessarily bad.
I just wanted to share this with my followers. Whether you are a Christian or not, rainbows are pretty darn miraculous!

Don’t give up. You are needed. There is a purpose for the pain. I’ve found mine and it’s not always easy, but it’s my purpose!

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