Heb. 6:19-20: The hope [of God’s promises] is like a firm and steady anchor for our souls. In fact, hope reaches behind the curtain and into the most holy place. Jesus has gone there ahead of us, and He is our high priest forever…”
I had some moments last week being mentally tormented. I was very ill, physically, and in hindsight, I can see that I’d become severely dehydrated and should have probably taken a little ambulance ride to get some fluids. At the time; however, all I knew was that my mind was being attacked along with my body.
I was being bombarded with terrible, tormenting thoughts. My mind was foggy and confused, so when I would try to find a true thought to come against the tormenting thoughts, it was extremely difficult.
Y’all, this is why it is so important to pray for people when they’re sick. (That’s just your bonus nugget)
I couldn’t fight against every single thought, setting each and everyone right, like on a normal, healthy day, but I could always find a sliver of hope in the midst. There was an anchor, ever in the midst of the storm in my mind, that remained. And though I wasn’t able to muster a prayer during those moments, my hope reached behind the curtain, to the most holy place, where Jesus has gone ahead of me.
Praise God we have a Savior who has gone ahead of us and who knows what we need! Praise God that our hope reaches behind the curtain! Praise God that our hope in God’s promises can be like a firm and steady anchor for our souls in the hardest of moments! Praise God for those who pray for us when we cannot.
“What must I give You, Lord, for being so good to me? I will pour out an offering of wine to You, and i will pray in Your name because You have saved me. I will keep my promise to You when Your people meet. You are deeply concerned when one of Your loyal people faces death. I worship You, Lord, just as my mother did, and You have rescued me, and You have rescued me from the chains of death. I will offer You a sacrifice to show how grateful I am, and I will pray. I will keep my promise to You when Your people gather at Your temple. Shout praises to the Lord!” Ps. 116:12-19
Anchored in Him,