Today, I endure.
I am weak physically from my surgery and will be for the foreseeable future. My walking is slowly progressing but I am working back up.
I read today in Ya’aqob 1:1-13 to relearn the benefits of such struggles. I may feel like I am failing right now but at the heart of this pain I am fashioning my faith into a weapon of immeasurable strength. These trials are steeling my shield for the coming oppression.
And let endurance have a perfect work, so that you be perfect and complete, lacking in naught. [Ya’aqob 1:4]
How would we know the glory of Yahuah’s love if we had no trials, no depressions to compare it to? Though… truthfully, the fullness of Elohim’s love is incomparable to any measure we may have here in this reality. How can we see the light if we cannot first learn to stumble in the dark?
There’s freedom in the stumbling. There’s richness – there’s learning. And learning lends itself to growth and rejuvenation, the fruition of our combined knowledge leading to the utilization of the tools we are given by Yah. We stumble and we are blessed because with this our legs are strengthened for our Walks along the Righteous path.
I often cry because I am alone. But in this loneliness, His works are perfected. His love is enduring – indeed, Yahuah provides. Believe that He provides and your life will be changed forever.
May all of my brothers and sisters find it favourable to see the beauty in the pain of their struggles currently. I pray that my family finds a moment to breath and feel the strengthening of their mental muscles, the faithful sinew of their bodies growing stronger and stronger by the moment. I pray for the fulfillment of their bodies and minds. Tonight, I pray that my family finds the endurance that their individual obstacles is perfectly favourable and esteems our One True Father, Yahuah, and our brother, Yahusha’s glory.