November 15, 2021

by Kimberly Hobbs 

So many of our Women World Leaders are in continuous grief in their lives. Their prayer requests are for deep “loss” within. We see it, we hear about it and we feel for them.
There is hope.
God’s healing in grief is “tender” and it’s “intentional.”
When you have nothing left, no strength of your own, God will come close and lie next to you. He is the only one who can absorb your pain.
God watched His own Son die and knows the anguish that you are experiencing and He is able to heal your anguish but you must come to Him and trust Him.
 God can ever so gently, with compassion and unexplainable power, whisper words to you that you will most definitely feel. This will happen as you invite Him in close to you. Communicate with God.
 Trust Him, listen for Him, and listen for His Words of hope because they are there. They are in the stillness, the quiet place of His Word. He has a plan for you.
Drench yourself into God’s Word and let His true love for you become your song. You can do this. He can lift you from your heaviness and replace your agony and emptiness with the same power that rose Jesus from the grave, but you must trust Him to do this. Please go within His Holy Word for your help. Over and over as long as it takes, HE WILL COMFORT YOU THERE.
If grief has stolen your joy, and soreness has robbed your freedom, please pray to God in your weakness and then ask Him to hold you, heal you and lift the pain from your heart.
Do this every time you hurt. If you pray all day, so be it, then pray all day to your Father in heaven who hears every word you utter! He wants to hear all your words all day long! It is called a relationship. Grow your relationship with the One who can work miracles in you. You talk with whom you are involved with, right? Talk to Him.
Talk and talk and talk to God each day. Then read and read and read His Word. God will answer your cry while you are grieving, look to Him and stay there.
” Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy burdened, and I will give you rest.” ( Matthew 11:28)
God will meet you where you are.