I would love to hear from you! Sharing Saturday with you.
Jewel: Injustice. Injustice. Injustice.
When you’re waiting for a sense of justice for a crime you’ve witnessed or endured, that is a miserable kind of waiting because you don’t know what you’re waiting for. What will the outcome be? Will justice be served or will your hope be dashed to the ground while the perpetrator walks away, scot-free!
I’d like to hear from you! What injustice do you need prayer for? What justice do you seek that would bring you healing? It’s scary to think about justice, isn’t it? So few of us ever get it.
What would justice look like to you?
Gem: Even while I sit with a feeling of righteous injustice for the crimes against me, my children, and this murdered woman, I can have peace.
Peace is the road that I choose. It doesn’t mean that I am not unrestful at times. It doesn’t mean that my nightmares won’t come in the night hours. What it does mean, to me, is that God is with me. He is in the outcome. He has been watching over me from the very time of my inception.
God is our witness and holds justice in His hand. Of this I am sure.
Metaphorical Gunpowder: I will not give my hope, my strength or my power to any event that occurred in my past.
God does turn graves into gardens.
Leave your jewel, a gem or something you kept yourself free from with metaphorical gunpowder.
You see You (U C U) today! Blessings xoxoxo