Monday, July 20, 2009

waiting waiting waiting

I remember writing about waiting a few months ago. I think it was something like this:

'sometimes waiting feels an awful lot like being stuck.'

Yep. It still does.

I know that's not true though (even though it feels true). I know there is a purpose to waiting. A purpose to this day. A purpose to all things.
I pray to trust our Father's providence, his timing.

I want to run this race well.


Sara said...

Waiting with you... trusting in God's plan for us:) Ebe, you are running this race, this difficult race well. I am praying for you right now:) Missing sweet Owen with you... man he was precious.

Lianne said...

Patience is a true virtue, and I like to believe that the Lord is cheering us on in this painful race. In reference to one of your older blogs, Hypothyroidism does suck =[. Just when we bereaved mothers go through the loss of a child, an illness like that gets thrown onto our laps. Take care of yourself, Hun.

Chris said...

You are safe and secure in the Lord Jesus! We will finish the race!!!
I love you,

Lea said...

Hi Ebe,

Just wanted to let you know that I made a pair of Angel Wings for Owen. Please have a look at the Memorial Boutique on my blog.

Love to you.

Melissa said...

Hi Ebe,

I started reading your blog via Molly Piper's, and hers via a friend from my church, Collette. I think I’ve read all your posts, and cried through many of them.

I am so sorry for your loss. I pray for you and Chris when the Lord brings you to mind. It is greatly encouraging to read of His faithfulness to you. I wanted to mention a message I heard this morning on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy Leigh DeMoss. You can listen to it at

I hope it encourages your heart as it did mine.

Love in Christ,