I am praying for you, even if there are no words. I am bringing you to Jesus and placing you at His feet. I am perhaps crying.
Jesus came to guide our feet into the way of joining: joining with others and, even more importantly and excitingly, joining with God–with Him.
Perhaps right when we’re crying, “Shiloh hasn’t come!” Shiloh will be there.
We can’t make ourselves feel the joy, but we can pray for it and let ourselves shout, spin, jump, and gush–no matter what others might think or how we might feel.
Maybe these storms, these trials, these sorrows, are to keep me from life apart from God.
“Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life” comes nearly at the end, after a whole lot of stillness.