Monday, April 13, 2009

I Can't Blossoming into I CAN

I can't believe… that it has been 10 months since losing Judah

I can't believe… that I was pregnant this time last year

I can't believe… where I have been

I can't believe… where I have come from

I can't believe… where I am standing now

I can't believe… all that God has done, will do, and is doing

I can't believe… the blessings through the suffering

I can't believe… God's abundant everlasting Love towards me

I can't believe… all that has happened and all I have been through

I CAN believe… in God who HE is, what HE does and what HE will do-

I can't believe… how much I am moving forward into what I Can believe

I Had to Go through the can't to get to the other side of the I CAN Believe!


Stacey said...

Great, Beth! It's amazing to look back and see the path that got you where you are. I'm so glad you CAN appreciate that now. God is always faithful.

Love ya!

Michelle Hill said...

Beautifully said!
Love you my friend!

Sammy said...

The "can't believe" moments make the "can believe" time so sweet where you are able to see what He has built into you.
I pray for a time when you look back at this post and laugh like Rachel laughed.
I believe ith all my heart that your Spring is coming Beth!

Melody said...

What an incredible statement of your faith! I love this. Thanks for sharing!

Becky said...

This is so encouraging Beth. I feel like I am in the midst of "I can't believe." Seeing the healing God has brought to you helps me to know that one day I too will be in the midst of "I can believe."

Hillary said...

Amen!! You can...and I can :) Thanks for the encouragement!

Caris Noble said...

Been following your blog for a while now, and just read this quote and thought of you:

“My darkest time taught me that I can trust my loving Father with my future — even when His way hurts. When God shatters dreams, He rebuilds them into something beautiful. Perhaps not beautiful by worldly standards but more akin to what is captured in Isaiah, when God says He will give His people “a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of gladness instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair” (Isaiah 61:3).”

Love u & praying for you!

Courtney said...

Hey! I'm tagging you with the Honest Scrap Award for your honest and inspiring posts!