Last night, I returned home after a long day. It was one of those days that could have been better, but could have been worse. It was a day when I realized the difficulties that our pastors and their families face, and how that the people of our churches are in real need of relief in so many ways. These are not random thoughts, but thoughts that I dwell on a lot lately.

My heart goes out to those who are deceived by “false prophets” and who are led astray by men/women who care more about their own comforts and agendas than they do the truth. I pray that the Lord will help them through the difficult times they will surely face when the “false prophets” are revealed, and that He will minister to them in that hour. I realize the emotional damage that will be suffered because of the selfishness of these false prophets, but how that in the end, vindication comes to those who do the right thing.

It is in moments like this (when the truth is revealed) that God is most strong, and we are most assuredly in a position where the Holy Spirit can bring the long-needed healing to the hurting hearts. It is in these moments that the Divine purpose for a person’s life is more clearly in focus than at any other time. It is in moments lie this that we will recognize that God has a plan for our lives, even thought it may take a while to be revealed.

Just before going to bed, I listened to a video clip from YouTube that often brings comfort to my soul. The song is recorded by the Ruppe Sister. I am sharing it with you today in hopes that it will bring the comfort to you that it brought to me. Remember, IT IS WELL, even when we may not see it. God bless you.