One Day

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One day, God will wipe away our tears. He will live among us and take away our pain.

Revelation 21: 4

He will wipe every tear from their eyes.  There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.

We try so desperately to make this world perfect, but it’s not.  We want there to never be wars, death, cancer, broken families, or any kind of pain. Unfortunately, that is not the world we live in…but one day, that world WILL come.  One day, God will wipe our tears Himself.  He will walk with us, every day, and live among us…He will take away all pain. 

When your days as a mom feel so over burdened, so overwhelming, allow your mind to drift to the future--the bright and amazing future when all sin will be gone and there will only be love.  Until that time however, focus on God during the hard days. Cry out to Him to give you wisdom and discernment on how to navigate this world.  Ask God to give you what you need each day until He returns. 

Children also desire life to always be fair, with no pain and no hard times.  Remind your children as well, that one day what they dream for will come true.  But, until then, we wait patiently and look to God to get us through our days in this world.

Prayer

Father,

Thank You that one day, You will live among us and there will be no pain.  I anxiously wait for that day…but until then, I want to live my life to the fullest and to bring glory to You in all that I do.  Help me to live my life full of grace and love in the present, but always looking forward to my future with You in a perfect world. 

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