#ZekeyLives – November 14th

God is not exhausted by my anything. This makes me so thankful.

If I were to just really spell out the lies I sometimes believe, it would sound something like this:

My tears are too many. My ache too strong. My heart too heavy. My sin too great. My hope too strong. My Savior’s gift at the Cross, Heaven and reuniting with Zekey again, for eternity, too good to be true.

These lies have tried to fill my head. I know they are not true and I must admit, with the launch of Garment Collective, I have been busy busy and giving Jesus less time to speak His truth, through His word. Really, I’m just conversing with Him from my end. Thankful for grace.

My anything does not exhaust God or his gift to me. This is something to celebrate! He can handle my burdens over and over again. He sent his son, Jesus, to die for all.the.sins of all.of.mankind. so thinking my anything can exhaust him is, well, it’s just silly.

How great and strong and mighty is the God I serve, that my tears are not too many for Him to wipe away. My ache is not too strong for Him to cure. My heart is not too heavy to breathe life back into. My sin is not too great for a perfect Savior, Jesus to die for. My Hope is in the One who doesn’t break promises and yes, I DO get to see Zekey again, for eternity. It really is true!

What a precious Hope we live out. A gift given for all to receive. This is why I write. This is why I cannot keep my mouth shut- it’s just too good.

Thank you for your prayers. #ZekeyLives !

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  • Reply November 17, 2014


    a beautiful post as always. thank you bree and God bless!

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