Christmas 2014 was wonderful yet filled with a slight bit of fear at what the new year would bring.
I definitely believed Christmas was a season for miracles yet unbelief was ever present during that season.
Corrie’s liver was somewhat sick that Christmas and she was officially waiting for a new liver to come.
The holidays came and went and she even celebrated her 2nd birthday in January 2015. 2 weeks after her 2nd birthday we received the call a match was found for Corrie.
Believing in miracles is hard when you are the one waiting on a miracle.
The scriptures encourage us though to not let our hearts be troubled or afraid.
I don’t know what all you may be facing, but I know many are waiting on a miracle that only God can bring to pass.
As Christmas is finally here I pray that your hearts will truly choose to believe the best is yet to come.
Choose to believe Christ is the saviour of the world.
Choose to believe He sees you, your needs and your hearts desires.
Choose to believe He has a miracle for you as well.
Choose to not let your heart be troubled, believe confidently in God and trust Him.
He really is a good, good father and loves you so much.
“Do not let your heart be troubled (afraid, cowardly). Believe [confidently] in God and trust in Him, [have faith, hold on to it, rely on it, keep going and] believe also in Me.
JOHN 14:1 AMP
Merry Christmas friends.
May you rest easy tonight filled with great expectations of what is to come.