I remember sitting in a hospital room with my baby girl wondering if we would ever make it home. She had just been readmitted after only four days at home after the last six-night stay. My little girl was getting worse instead of better. My faith was weak, to say the least.
Active Faith is a Formidable Weapon
I was clearly in a battle, and I was losing. I was physically exhausted and mentally discouraged when I cried out to God to remember His promises to me. That is the moment when the tide of the battle turned. As I prayed scripture after scripture aloud in that hospital room, I remembered that I was not relying on my own abilities but on the faithfulness of a living God. It was then that I pulled my shield of faith up over myself and let it bridge the gap between my circumstance and God’s promises to me.
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