There are seasons in our lives when it seems the world is caving in around us. There are days where anything that can go wrong, does. There are moments we are sure that one more blow is going to take us completely out.
So, we begin unraveling.
Piece by piece. Thread by thread.
Until, we hit our knees. And, the tears begin to flow.
I have those moments, too. Just like you.
And, then the thought of throwing my hands in the air and surrendering it all to God just seems too easy. Sometimes, it’s my pride that gets in the way. Because, if I surrender my feelings, my day, my season to Him, then, I have nothing left to hold onto that says, “I am stressed.”
“I can’t do this anymore.”
“I have had all I can take.”
Whoever said God will not give you more than you can handle was wrong. Way wrong.
Because, He wants you to need Him. He wants you to depend on His strength. That’s why Paul says he was thankful when he was weakest, because, that’s when God was strongest.
Tonight, I began unraveling. So, I let go of my pride. I let go of my stubbornness to hold onto something that really doesn’t belong to me.
I threw my hands up in the air. And, I told Him, “God, this day is Yours. This season is Yours. I can’t do this without you. ”
And, He took it from me.
Perhaps, you are unraveling, too.
Surrender. Let Him into your mess. Call out to Him. And, know that His power works best in your weakness.
He will not fail you.
Each time he said, “My grace is all you need. My power works best in weakness.” So now I am glad to boast about my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ can work through me. 2 Corinthians 12:9