Yesterday was an extra, extra bad day for me.
It has been several months since I began my cancer treatment, with my first major surgery in December. And soon radiation begins.
Friday brought two appointments, both with my oncologists. I had been dreading this day as we would discuss the staging of the cancer as well as prognosis. And nervous? You betcha.
My anxiety had reached new heights, and I found myself crouched on the bathroom floor, sick and crying. I felt alone, so alone at that moment.
It can be difficult to believe that God is with us during these storms of life. So very, very hard sometimes.
I’m trying to hold on to the hope, though, that is stated by Craig Groeschel in his upcoming book, Divine Direction: 7 Decisions That Will Change Your Life:
“God’s presence is with you, no matter how alone you may feel.”
I don’t have any more wiser words for you than that.
If you do feel alone right now and the storm seems never ending, please know that you’re not alone. There are lots of us in the storm, right there with you. And there is God, our shelter.