Here’s what I know. If God makes a promise, it’s a promise that can not be broken!
I have to admit, that when the doctor first came to us in the ER and talked with us about Tucker’s condition, I fell apart. Honestly, it didn’t look good. When I went outside to make phone calls to the family, It was as if God gave me a hug and whispered in my ear, “Remember what I promised you?” At that moment I knew that Tucker would be ok.
God ALWAYS keeps His promises. He promised me that Tucker would be a man with a heart for God. That his testimony would someday help others, and that all he’d been through would not be wasted. This, my friends, is just a bump in the road, and I KNOW that God will use this to minister to others!
This is a quote from my devotion this morning, “Many of the richest blessings we have inherited are the fruit of sorrow or pain. We should never forget that redemption, the world’s greatest blessing, is the fruit of the world’s greatest sorrow.” What a sweet reminder that, from some of my deepest pain, God gave me the most beautiful song! And that’s what He’s going to do for Tucker! Well, maybe not a literal song that he’ll sing, because if you’ve ever heard Tucker sing, I’m pretty sure God hasn’t chosen to use him in that capacity. However, God will give him words to say, and when He does? Tucker’s words will be music to people’s ears! Listen up people! It’s a comin’! CHECK THIS OUT⬇️!!
So keep a firm grip on the faith. The suffering won’t last forever. It won’t be long before this generous God who has great plans for us in Christ—eternal and glorious plans they are!—will have you put together and on your feet for good. He gets the last word; yes, he does. 1 Peter 5:10