In an ICU waiting room, I learnt so much:
A) When doctors give up, the Lord is still at work.
B) Doctors also submit to God and have no control over outcomes.
C) When someone loses a loved one, it is hard to comfort them with words. So, don’t use any. The warmth of your presence and your sincere offer to help works wonders.
D) Waiting is hard, but it’s worth it most times.
E) Jesus Christ is the hope if glory. If you have this hope in you, you can give others hope too.
F) When sleep doesn’t come easy and you’re missing home, just read a book… It calms you down and let’s exhaustion do it’s trick.
G) Mornings are more beautiful when you’re surrounded by people that wish you a warm good morning and smile. So, pick a place among happy people.
Though it’s hard, hold on to the Word of God, because after every night there is a dawn.
Keep a keen ear to hear God’s voice. He gave me this word and has been faithful to keep it:
“For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope (Jer 29:11).”
Trust Jesus, He is worthy of your trust and so much more.