Lead Me, Please!

My Husband Jerry and I were in Zion National park when I took this Photo.  This is one of our favorites  of the National parks we have been too.  We noticed a mountain goat in the forefront of this photo.  It’s so tiny and gives an idea of the size of the rock he is standing on.  I think if I didn’t tell you, you might have missed him.   The Lord is my Rock, and He is very high.  When things get tough, and its hard to keep my  focus,  I cry out to the Father and ask him to lead me to the Rock that is higher than I.  I, with this cancer battle, encounter things all along my high-rock journey.  Things that make me feel weak and question where I am.  Recently I was shown by my oncologist paperwork from Medicare.  The form was asking him to put me in Hospice.  He answered the form and signed it in front of me telling them that he was not going to put me in hospice but would continue to treat me.  It is because my cancer is terminal and I have been fighting the stage 4 part for  two years.  The enemy will use all kinds of things along our journey.  I started thinking, I am really  sick.   Yes I know I am sick but it brought me to think about the end.  Only the Lord knows when the end is, and I feel like I am doing so good.  Questions bombarded my mind. We know this is the enemy when my every effort is to try to win this battle.  It made me question things that were already settled in my heart. Do you know what we have to do at times like this?  Run to the Rock that is Higher than us.  He will pick us up and put our feet back  on the path and send us back on our way.  Thank you Lord for doing that for me.  I love you, and pray that if anyone reading this writing of mine is troubled and fighting to find their way, would call on their  father and be led to you my dear Jesus.   You are our Rock!

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we2snells

My desire is to share my photography, to honor the Lord, and send out His word to all who might read. My photo's will include a scripture,and I write a devotional for each entry. The very least that I can do for our precious Lord Jesus. I am a wife to Jerry, my wonderful husband. We have 5 children, and 7 granchildren.

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