Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength.
The other day I was helping Chase with his math homework. And we came to a problem and I could not figure out the answer. I aced out of math when I was in college, I’ve never had a problem with the subject, but for some reason now, third grade math is beyond my mental capabilities!
He didn’t have his book with him, just a homework page, so I had nothing to look back on for reference to figure it out. And I told Chase, “I am sorry honey, but I truly don’t know the answer.”
And he looked at me and said, “Carson’s our only hope.”
And I agreed … he was.
And yes, my very intelligent little Carson knew the answer and helped Chase understand the problem.
I was really having a bad day a few weeks back and I ended up in the middle of the day at my friend’s office. She took one look at me and said, “Come on, we need to pray.”
Jesus was my only hope that day.
And my very special Savior knew my problem and helped me find His answer!
Father, thank you for always changing our worst into your best. Lord, thank you that your hope turns our loneliness into your comfort and gives us the strength to face whatever life hurls our way.
I Love You Jesus.
In Your Name I Pray,
God Bless You!