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Today I’ve been listening to a song over and over. I woke up with it in my heart not knowing God was preparing a balm I would need.
“In all my sorrows, Jesus is better. Make my life believe…”
This is something I didn’t know would be necessary for today. In the heaviness in knowing people you love are suffering, it’s hard to see the truth over the situation beyond the devastation in it.
It has been a devastating day. I have sat frozen, unable to know what to do or think. Then the melody fills that empty seeming space…
He’s better. He is our hope. Today, He’s having to make my heart believe, but He has gone before. He prepared the way. He knew this grief and suffering, and He made a way for Him to be our eternal comfort. He isn’t angry at our needing to be comforted. He is standing by- ready to remind, to restore, to heal, and in that, my heart can believe.
Truly, in Him the anthem is “Glory, glory…” In Him there is something to be eternally grateful for- even if we have to wait until then to hold that and be wrapped up in it for a never-ending love and celebration.
Today, though my heart is better, Jesus is better and bigger, and in that, my soul can rest.