Those of steadfast mind you keep in peace-
in peace because they trust in you.
Trust in the Lord forever,
for in the Lord God
You have an everlasting rock.
It's been an interesting night, to say the least. I volunteered to help with a girl's retreat at St. Stephen's, and this was the first meeting I was able to attend. When I got there, no one had arrived yet, so I walked around the church for awhile. I was drawn to the church by music. When I looked in the window, I saw Christ, exposed in the monstrance. So I went inside for adoration.
And God spoke to me. He told me if this retreat was meant to be, I would make it to the meeting. If I couldn't get it, it was okay. And sure enough, as I walked around the building to go to the meeting one entrance was guarded by a gate, which I couldn't budge. The other, was stairs. I which I couldn't get my stroller up. It's not my year. I have a small child, and can take a softer role. I can pray. And I will.
But before that, there was a song.
"Nothing Is Written"
Except there, in front of the altar of God, I'm sure he said "wait for you." And he did. God did. For all those years of turmoil, He waited for me. And I, I fell home.