A Heart’s Tug Toward Eternity



Disappointments don’t mean that He doesn’t care. Instead, they remind us that this world is not our home.

Could a longing in your heart be a tug toward eternity? 

I don’t believe God likes to play cruel jokes on us. I can’t see Him sitting in heaven chuckling while I’m crying. When I hurt He hurts. The Bible says God is good.  

Disappointments don’t mean He doesn’t care. Instead, they’re a reminder that this world is not our home.  When I’m disappointed, I have to allow my heart to be drawn toward a fulfillment that can only be found in Jesus.

If I argue with my husband, get discouraged by my kids, outgrow my favorite jeans, erase all the pictures in my digital camera by mistake, or simply find myself feeling down; I need to ask Jesus to fill the void in my heart.    

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