For a long time, I had felt I was in a valley. Life was not terribly horrible, but emotionally I felt in a valley. I felt alone.
Then a few Sabbaths ago, I knew I had to do one thing…
Lift my eyes.
My lifted eyes, met YAHUAH’s eyes of love and grace.
He was there with me.
The valley was necessary for me. Instead of looking at the high mountains, the rocky cliffs, the deserts and potential things waiting to destroy me, I had to look up.
By looking up, I was taking my eyes off the situations, circumstances and potential storms, and seeing our Heavenly Father – YAHUAH – who is above and aware of all – and whose eyes are always on me.
What do you do when you are at your end?
Who do you turn to when you are in a time of need?
Who or what is giving (or rather appears to be giving) you the nourishment to sustain you?
Where do you find the support you need?
What are you longing for?
What do you do when more is required of you, yet there is nothing in you to give?
Our lives are so demanding these days. Everyone and everything is pulling at us, demanding our time, energy and attention. Some of us turn to work and some of us turn to other people to sustain us. But what should be sustaining us? And where should our hope lie? Is our hope in our situation?
Come and listen to the word of YAHUAH that is able to give you a bit of strength and hope, in this Shabbat Message: I Have Nothing Else Left to Give