Picture It And Write it-Prompt #27 God Is Always With Us


This is the way my head feels when I have had a bad day. Husband and I have argued over nothing in particular. Kids have been picking on each other. I have too much laundry to catch up on, and tomorrow is the beginning of another work week. I went to my favorite hiding place, my bathroom, and sat on the stool, and began to cry. My stress was not at a good level, and I needed to get a grip on myself. I needed to have some quiet time to talk to my best friend God. I quit crying, wiped my eyes, and blew my nose. I got off of the stool and knelt right there on the floor and told God of my problems. I ask him to bring order to my house and peace in my heart. I told him how much I loved him, and gave thanks for his love and understanding for me. Within minutes, the tape measure unwound. The house became quiet. I could hear husband rattling around in the kitchen, maybe searching for something to start for supper. God is good. He is always with us.

27 thoughts on “Picture It And Write it-Prompt #27 God Is Always With Us

  1. Marvelous job, Terry!! You are off to a great start! Watch for these to come out every Sunday and in the middle of the week, Tues. or Wed., there will be a Listen & Write prompt on this site too. love and hugs, Terri

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  2. the people who leave you comments on this, your entry, are the ones that you need to click on their blogs and return their visit to you. If you want to read all the other entries, go to the source and read in their comments what others entered. Does that make sense?

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  3. Good post, Terry. I don’t know what we would do if we didn’t have access to the Lord 24/7. He is so caring and listens to us whenever we come to Him and is always waiting to lift us up and bless us.

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      • Yes, I do. He is the only one we can tell absolutely everything to and know we won’t be ridiculed or censored or shunned or criticized. Only He can love us that much and that way and will never let us down or leave us on our own. He understands all.

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