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Speaker and author w/Proverbs 31 Ministries. Author of 7 books, including The Mended Heart: God's Healing for Your Broken Places. Mom, wife, and "Gaga" to five beautiful human beings 3 and under and lives in beautiful NW AR. www.tsuzanneeller.com

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  1. Thank you for this reminder that we are never alone when we trust in God’s plans for us.

  2. I pray that you are encourage today. God is so good to put us right where we need to be even if we can’t see the forest for the trees. In my experience it just makes you hold a little tighter to Jesus…to depend on Him more and to know He knows is comforting. Many blessing to you!

  3. I’m praying for you and your husband today. Thank you for sharing! May God bless you and your beautiful family ❤️ Xo

  4. Dear Suzanne,

    Thank you for this precious reminder to keep looking to the light. May God bless you and continue bringing you peace through whatever comes on this path of the unknown of your husband’s illness. May God hold you close.

    Your image brought this Scripture to mind:

    Psalm 36:7-9
    How priceless is your unfailing love!
    Both high and low among men
    find refuge in the shadow of your wings.
    They feast in the abundance of your house,
    you give them drink from your river of delights.
    For with you is the fountain of life; in your light we see light.

    And through the darkness I’ve felt overcome me recently, I’ve kept seeing a speck of light drawing me back out. He is faithful and we can ALWAYS find refuge in the shadow of His mighty wings.

    Thank you again for sharing this beautiful truth in the light!

  5. Even if I say, Surely the darkness shall cover me; even the night shall be light about me.
    12 Yea, the darkness hideth not from thee; but the night shineth as the day: the darkness and the light are both alike to thee. PS 139:11,12

    Praying for you at this time. I have been in much darkness in my life and have found that hope is there and He is that hope and He is that light so even though all looks dark you can’t make a wrong turn when your hope is Jesus. Thank you for your beautiful words and transparent heart.

  6. I’m so sorry you find yourselves at such a difficult crossroads again, Suzanne. May God lead you both and keep you close. And thank you for such an encouraging post. “There was just enough Light to help us take the steps needed. It wasn’t easy, but we weren’t alone.” So comforting!

  7. Great word Suzanne! Me and my family will be praying for continued light in God’s word for you and your husband. And that the Peace and comfort of God our father sustain you both during the next months. God Bless you and Complete healing to your husband in Jesus name!!!

  8. Two years ago, I found myself with a diagnosis that I could do nothing about. Absolutely nothing. God met me at my desk that afternoon and as I surrendered the disease to Him, He replaced it with an unexplainable peace. That peace that passes understanding. He was faithful to walk with me through the hard, dark, uncertain days. I know He will do the same for you. I held onto Ephesians 3:20, “He is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think.” and Psalm 103:1-5, particularly verse 3, “who forgives our sins and heals our diseases”. I will praying His peace will cover your family in the days ahead.

  9. What a testament of faith. Beautiful Suzie! Thank you – you encourage me – and always on the days I seem to need it most. Thank you dear. Praying for you and your guy!

  10. Suzanne,
    Prayers for you and your family! May God show you what direction to go regarding your hubby’s health! Prayers for a quick healing!!
    Last year I was in a grasp for direction, & light. I moved my aging father into assisted living and dealt with his many health issues, hubby almost los his job, and my job changed & I dreaded going to work. Didn’t know what to do but pray, pray and pray some more. Thankfully dad is holding his own now, hubby has good job with same company and my job-well it’s ok. God saw me through that dark time!
    Blessings 🙂
    (((hugs)))

  11. Dear Suzanne, I have been praying for you since you posted about your husband’s illness. I have been praying daily for you, him, and your precious family ever since. Your recent post brought sadness to my heart. But I know that God has a plan, and that He is working it out, even while you are struggling through the darkness. Know that you are prayed over and that there is a purpose for every suffering. Romans 8:28
    You have been a blessing in my life as I have been reading your messages for a long time. God bless you, Suzanne, and remember you are loved!
    In Christ, Ann