Day 338 – Chronological Study

Today’s Reading – 2 Corinthians 1, 2, 3, 4

My insight – Troubles come and troubles go. Joy lasts forever. Whatever is bothering you has an expiration date. 2Cor4:17-18

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Laura - I definitely believe he works on our behalf, even when we don't see it. I will pray for you.

Laura P.
Laura P.

I completely agree with that and referenced the scriptures for the context. I know this in my heart, but it's so hard when we're in the midst of the waiting for the storm to pass. In recent issues we have been in(and are currently), I have found that I took the trials well for a while, and then again, but lately I've felt like it surely has to soon be over because I don't think I can continue to deal with the same issue over and over. Does that make sense? We so badly want relief from this situation, yet haven't seen action from God at this point. Do you believe it's true that when we feel like He is not working, that He is working the most? Thank you! :)