Jennifer Kostick– Jennifer Kostick is an author and speaker who teaches women how to activate their life’s purpose through the study of Scripture. Jennifer knows more about grief and loss than she ever thought she would, but Jesus met her in the middle of fierce storms and held her tightly with an even fiercer love. In addition to her love of teaching the powerful truth of Scripture, Jennifer is married to Paul, her husband of twenty-five years, has three children, and a beautiful daughter-in-law! She is also a full-time seminary student… because you can never know too much about the Bible! Jennifer blogs at www.Jenniferkostick.com and is passionate about encouraging women through a godly message of mercy and hope.
Some days we are tired, beaten down, insecure, and ready to run. Survival mode takes aim and stepping back from circumstances brings clarity and comfort. We whisper the one Name we know brings healing. Jesus.
Sometimes His Name is just a thought in my head before it becomes a trembling on my lips. The whisper softly spoken comes next. And then life rises up.
There is power in the Name above all Names. When you whisper His Name the interpretation is hope. He makes ALL things new. He changes the old shaken dust into a divine wholeness of heart. Yet, even with all His power, we sometimes only have enough strength to stand. But we stand.
And when sadness wraps us up, to stand through it is a miracle. Survival is a miracle. Slowly one step at a time we march into something new. Something wonderful and unexpected waits right around the bend. Unexpected pain seems to propel us in a different direction. In that unexpected place lies healing and hope.
If today you only have the strength to stand, then just stand. Allow His Name to do the rest. Recognize that standing in the middle of hurt is a gift. Life is a gift. Look for the good inside the bad. Soon enough you will forge ahead. However, for today, just stand.
Some trust in chariots, and some in horses; but we will remember the Name of the Lord our God. 8 They have bowed down and fallen; but we have risen and stand upright. 9 Save, Lord!
May the King answer us when we call.
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