Thursday, March 11, 2010

In Your Hands

A couple of weeks ago, I heard a song on the local Christian radio station about being in God’s hands when our world is shaken.  As we struggle through difficult times, it is not necessary that we understand all the reasons why, though we definitely wonder.   God has us in His hands, and so we can rest that whatever this life brings, however shaken up our world might be, we can be secure in the knowledge that He is holding us.

I heard the song again last night on my way home from church and made a mental note to share it with you.


Lord, I hope you are not frustrated with me that I keep praying the same prayers over and over.  I really do not know what else to ask.  And trusting that You know what is best, I want to rest in Your hands today and always.   Amen.


Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh Adrienne, There's not a day that goes by when I don't think about you and pray for you and your family.

Beautiful song.

My love and prayers,

heidiannie said...

So true.
Receive it all as a blessing from His hands, Adrienne.
These moments are like time out of time-precious and fleeting and somehow eternal.
But that is true of all time spent within His hands, isn't it?
Praying for strength and courage and grace for you and all of your family.

deejbrown said...

Thank you for posting this. It is perfect.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful Video !! I enjoyed the post !!

mom said...

{{{Adrienne}}} Since Angie posted the beautiful pictures of your family, I still have the note on my desk to remember you in prayer! Keep trusting and resting!

Tammy ~@~

Anonymous said...

I found your blog over at Cathy's. This is Beautiful, thank you for sharing it :)
*Lovely Blog you have.
Going to follow for sure :)

Corner Gardener Sue said...

I've heard that song, too, and it caught my attention to listen to all the lyrics, and sing along in prayer. It sure was beautifully illustrated in the video. Thanks for putting that up.

God has sure held you in His hands through all of this. I'm sorry your family is having to deal with it, though.

In prayer,