Barren, lonely, cold, lost. The Christmas season, though usually a very joyous time of year, can often be an extremely difficult time of year for those who:
1) Had a loved one or family member die (especially since the last Christmas);
2) Experienced a recent miscarriage;
3) Are struggling to get pregnant or adopt (and start or add to their family);
4) Lost a job (or have been unemployed).
This is my prayer for you . . .
Remember that after winter comes spring . . .
Clouds have silver linings…
Flowers can bloom in difficult places . . .
Weeping may last through the night BUT . . .
And no matter how deep the pain, God can turn this trial into a blessing (in your life and in the lives of those around you). . .
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Suddenly Spring (posted on Delana’s World)