Mama said there would be days like this. She was right. The good thing is that God has the final word on days when disappointment fills our eyes to very brim and crowds our mouth with hateful words. S instead of sinking under the weight of our sadness, we ask Him to come and He promises He will.
"Lord, sometimes it would be real easy to get bitter, because we get up every day and people let us down; because we hoped for plan A and somehow, we didn't even get plan B, but ended up with plan F because somebody said something, did one thing or a whole lot of things, and we can't shake it for
now and trust Me. Call Me and I’ll answer. I will be at your side in bad times. Don’t
insist on getting even. That’s not for you to do. I’ll do the judging, says God. I’ll take care of it...I will take care of you."
[Psalm 91:14, Rom 12:19, Ps. 55:22]
When we let go of bitterness, God leads us out of our wilderness. When we let go of a root of bitterness, we let our lives grow better fruit. When we let go, we save the high cost of anger, the deep expense of bitterness, the robbery of our lives. Bitterness sentences us to a prison and letting go lets us free.
So we pray: 'Lord, let us open our hands and let go and love big and bury axes and resurrect to wide open living. And let us feel how You love us like the best Father, gently kissing all our hidden pain with an everlasting grace. In the name of the One who loved us enough to let go of everything so we could.' Amen" Ann Voscamp