Stories, thoughts and reflections on the Bible from the WSFC Staff.
Today I’m sitting at my local coffee shop early in the morning and, thanks be to the Lord, it’s sunny! I love the warm season that we are heading into. Those of us that call the Pacific Northwest our home know full well how much we “deserve” some nice weather. We’ve endured a lot. Of course, I make this sound like we’ve been through war, survived a natural disaster, or navigated a painful breakup.
In case you didn’t know this: I tend to lean towards melodrama.
But seriously, does anyone else agree that our weather lately has been a real STINKER?!? Frankly, isn’t this aspect of our Northwest culture what keeps folks from moving here in droves???? So maybe it’s not all bad.
Anyway, my point is this: seasons change.
The Bible says in Psalm 30:5 that “weeping may tarry for the night, but joy comes in the morning.” In other words, nothing is forever. Our last season of rain and cold may have FELT like it was going to be FOREVER, but thankfully, it truly is not. The same is true of what you may be enduring right now.
Your pain is not permanent.
Your hurt will not hang over your head indefinitely.
Your worry is not a pit to wallow in forever.
Your struggle is not set in stone.
Your Winter can and will become…wait for it…Spring.