A friend recently told me to write down all the movements of God in my story both big and small. She shared with me that when I write them down, I am remembering all that He has done in my life, all that He is doing and all that He will do. Because that is the thing about God, because He answers our prayers in such a radical way once doesn’t mean that was our one shot. There is no 15 minutes of fame to God...He has all the time in the world for us and we are always in the spotlight in His eyes. I couldn’t help but remember the times when I was riding my beach cruiser down the PCH in Santa Monica, newly divorced and broken hearted yet hopeful enough to pray for my beloved. I remembered when I was holding sweet Juliana in my arms and praying for her healing to be complete one day so she could be happy and free of pain. I remembered when I was 16 years old and the thoughts in my mind were too dark to say out loud to anyone but I begged for help to Something bigger than myself. I remember when my friend rushed over to my home and prayed over my womb that God would reveal His plans and moments later I began to miscarry. I remember praying that we would have our adoption agency fees covered for by the end 2017 and down to the last few days of the year, the sweetest couple blessed our family in such big ways. I remember praying for literal miracles of redemption in my marriage and here I am living in that answered prayer. I remember all of these prayers. Ones filled with longing. Ones filled with hope. Ones filled with confidence. And some to be honest, filled with doubt. Doubt that I was asking too much for God just to be reminded that there is not too much for God. And He isn’t going to show up just once in your life like a get out of jail free card. He is here always and forever. Able and willing because His love truly never fails. And He will show us that time and time again. If you are like me and you forget His faithfulness for a second, look back and reflect and sit quietly trusting that He is on the move, it’s just a matter of time.