I sat at my desk, staring at my to-do list. Not only was it filled with mundane tasks like washing dishes and scrubbing toilets, but today I just didn’t have the energy to face it.
Those chores would just need to be done again. Every time I wash a load of laundry, another dirty garment lands in the hamper. And as soon as I finish mopping the kitchen floor, the dogs run through — and of course, it’s raining.
A woman’s work is never done. Some days I wonder, “Why bother?”
If you were to start a gratitude journal, would “thankful for friends” find a place on your list? Or are you one of the many who longs for a good friend?
Have you dealt with the disappointment of unanswered prayers?
Karen was a pregnant young mom when they discovered her cancer. She fought it for several years. Her kids were roughly the ages of my own and younger, and I just couldn’t imagine what she was going through. I prayed for her, and I knew that God heard our prayers and would heal her.
But what if He didn’t?