Sometimes, it's really hard to trust God. When times like these strike, I often find myself asking why.
Why is my Grandpa back in the icu?
Why are you putting this strain on my family?
Why are his kidneys and heart slowly, just, giving up?
Just when we thought everything was going to be fine, you have to throw us this curveball, why?
And as much as we shouldn't question His will, in times like these most of us do. When actually, it's times like these we should trust Him the most. It's times like these we should praise Him, not question why. And that is one of the hardest things to do. For me at least.
But even through it's hard, I try. I've realized that God allows these things to happen for a reason. Although, during the storm you don't really see the rainbow.
I know this was a really long message, but if you made it all the way through, thank you. And thank you for all your prayers, love and support through this time. I probably won't be posting as much here or anywhere else seeing as my mom and I will be in TX soon and I'd like to spend as much time with my family as possible, so thank you for your understanding.