Our Fleeting Tears

It’s a warm but breezy day. Each time the cool air brushes my skin I can’t help but to close my eyes and take it all in. The Lord’s presence and peace envelope me. Even if for only a few minutes–I feel free to just be.

Everywhere I turn anymore there is pain. People are cruel. Disease strikes unexpectedly. War. Deceit. Fear. Death. This election! I could go on for days. People think they are fighting for the right thing, but all there is is hate in their hearts. The ones without all the hate are walking on eggshells to try to maintain peace. Sometimes I just want to scream out for it all to stop.

It is indeed inescapable in this world. It gets to me, but in this peaceful fleeting moment, I feel nothing but His love. My mind is open and a verse enters. I remember the first time I heard it. It was on a Sunday morning, the pastor told us to open our bibles to Revelation. I was taken aback since it was probably the first time I remember being asked to open to this book of the bible. It was such a mysterious and scary book to me at that age.

I was young, but I will never forget how the words made me feel. It was the first time His word moved me to tears. It was the first time I felt truly connected to God in a personal way.

This crazy world, this life we live is temporary.  How easily we forget this. We tread through moments as if we will never get out.

He will return and all the pain in this world will be forgotten. All the things in your life causing so much turmoil won’t matter when we see His face….when He wipes away our tears.

He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.

-Revelation 21:4

 

15 Comments

  1. Keith Haney says:

    I love this quote in your post. “It is indeed inescapable in this world. It gets to me, but in this peaceful fleeting moment, I feel nothing but His love.” That is powerful. Thank you.

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  2. Kirsten Samuel says:

    There are days like this! But, I too am reminded of the Lord’s promises to bring peace in the midst of the storm. Thank you.

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    1. StacyS... says:

      A peace that surpasses all understanding! 🙂

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  3. Wow! This was short but amazingly powerful. You lterally took my emotions from all the fear I feel to the peace and relief. Thank you!

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    1. StacyS... says:

      Thank you. 🙂

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  4. Matt says:

    🙂

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  5. rolerrol says:

    Living on this earth is so hard at times. But like you said, it’s temporary!
    I can’t wait till the day I am heaven.
    It will be glorious…..and thank you for visiting kinspeech.
    Blessings to you Stacy!
    Great post…

    Rolain

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  6. Very moving. The anger in the world is indeed oppressive. Even Christians are taking the bait. The political season in particular has shocked me to no end watching Christians be so hateful.

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    1. StacyS... says:

      Thanks! And yes, this political season has been shocking and truly disappointing!!

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  7. Ohh, thank you for reminding. God keep yah!

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  8. I so look forward to home. Trying to do my best to be a light until the time of our world full of pain is over.

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  9. Praise the Lord, He will save us faithful.

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