Sometimes people ask, “How can you cling to Jesus when He could have saved your son, but didn’t?”
I give the same answer Peter gave, “Lord, to whom would we go? You have the words of eternal life.”
He is light and life in the Valley and on the hilltop, in the fire and in the flood.
He will redeem every tear and restore every thing the enemy has stolen.
My scars tell a story: Yes, I’m wounded but I’m still walking. I’ve been hurt but I’m healing.
There’s hope in every scar.
Suffering is but a moment.
This is not forever.
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Thank you for inspired writing. Our daughter Karolyn suffered with addiction and this left her with many scars on her body and soul. When Jesus called her home , I thought that those scars would be made perfect and not visible any longer. But you have given me new insight into what amazing thing our savior will do with her scars. Eye hath not seen nor ear heard neither have entered the heart of man, the things which hath prepared those that love him! Maranatha!
Karolyn’s mom forever 34