When It Rains It Pours


Pouring down rain is what’s been going on around me lately.  I don’t mean it literally of course.  The winters here in Florida are picture perfect.  Cooler breeze blowing all day and the sun peeking out just enough to warm my soul.

But to say this past week has been rough would be an understatement. So, with everything that has taken place, the famous expression, “when it rains, it pours,” came to mind. Not only was I scheduled for a medical procedure and was super busy getting ready for that, but just as I was preparing, I was stopped in my tracks by none other than the flu.  NO joke!

Now I’m aware that perhaps you might be thinking . . . first world problems, and maybe so.  But to give you some background knowledge, this all came on the heels of several other difficult trials we’ve endured the past year and a half.  And so, truthfully, I’m exhausted!

Then last night as I lay in my room, I must admit, feeling sorry for myself, I remembered that God doesn’t promise us a life without trials.  He doesn’t promise an easy life full of skittles and rainbows.  But what God does promise is that even in seasons of disappointments and trials, He is with us.  God walks right alongside us on our individual journey, taking every step with us. And when we surrender, I mean truly surrender, He will guide us through it all.

Today, I want you to remember, as I had to remind myself last night, that whatever unfair circumstance you find yourself in.  Whatever curveball life has thrown you recently, find comfort and encouragement in the knowledge that God has not left you to do it alone. He is one prayer away; all we must do is ask.


“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world, you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.”

John 16:33

12 thoughts on “When It Rains It Pours

  1. Reblogged this on Charles Earl Harrel and commented:
    Yamina’s post hits the mark. “Whatever curveball life has thrown you recently, find comfort and encouragement in the knowledge that God has not left you to do it alone.”

    Read more of this encouraging post at FaithLoveSoul.

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  2. I can’t tell you how many times in my life I’ve had to remind myself exactly what you’ve written. Difficult times come, that’s a fact of life, but our God is always there helping us get through them when we look to Him, rely on Him, and go to Him in prayer. Hoping you’re feeling better and you recover quickly from the flu!

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    • I agree!!! It has been a very rough week, but God never left my side and for that I am humbled!!! It is so easy to get caught up in our own trials, but we must continue to look UP for that is where our help comes from!
      God bless!

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  3. Well written post! Sometimes I’m bombarded by many trials at once too. And then I fall into victim mode UNTIL I remember God has made me so value – the enemy wants to attack! THEN it gets exciting when I “stand still and see the salvation of the Lord!”

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