God is so faithful!

It seems like every where you turn, there is BAD news, and things that cause anxiety–the economy, the war, the coming election, sickness, death…there are just so many things that seem to be so wrong with our world. It would be so easy to freak out sometimes, especially for a girl like me who has generalized anxiety and panic attacks anyway!

But, God has been showing me lately, in the little things, that He is there and He is in control, and it is awesome. It allows me to have peace, even when things look so wrong. Because I know, that at the end of it all, I will be completed in Him and His glory and that is, really, all that matters! Paul puts it like this: “I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us” (Romans 8:18).

God is just doing awesome things! He has revealed so many things to me lately, and there have been so many prayers answered, very specifically, and it is just awesome and I love how He is building the faith of His people! It is all very exciting :)

Here is a layout addressing my anxiety problem…I researched after the fact and found that the 365 thing isn’t necessarily accurate, but I didn’t really care either way, because the concept is still true–God doesn’t want us to fear, and He offers us Peace.


  1. Lydia says

    I hear you. I get anxiety too, but with a little bit of prayer I always seem to make it through. Awesome layout too.

  2. happydays525 says

    We’ve all been there I think one time or another and probably will be again…it’s great to journal our feelings and beliefs though, thanks for sharing!

  3. Chelsey says

    I love that you scrapbook your feelings – Sometimes we get so caught up in documenting the special activities that we forget to leave a trail behind of our normal life. i love the “this is real life” embellishment.

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