The Way Through The Hard


Do not give up.

These four words hold me when the darkness of a situation envelops life.  The thing is . . . darkness blocks the view of more . . . making it seem we’re at a dead-end.


The refusal to give up leads to more.


Light comes to the darkness with revelation and a soul-deep dawning.

Hope is revealed as the sanctuary, grace as the guiding hand, peace as the healing, truth as the sword, and trust as the power to make our way through it as a beginning rather than an ending.


Do not give up.

Listen . . .

Think On This . . .

The hard places are a reality of living.

I’ve spent time in hard places in my own life and with others.

It’s difficult to see how to make our way through the hard places of life. 

Sometimes it’s exhausting and can seem pointless to try to break through it all.

Even, so, the best advice to get through the hard places are the four words: Do not give up.


The one thing we know for sure is . . .  God always makes a way through the hard places . . . with the promise of more. 

The Apostle Paul said in Philippians 3:14:  “I  press on toward the goal of the prize of the  upward call.” 

Choosing the upward call is key . . .  to living our best . . . even in the hard spaces.

Make the decision to step into the way God provides . . .  and experience the daily gifts and miracle . . .   of living today  and the coming days of the New Year.  

Perspective . . . 

 I run straight for the divine invitation of reaching the heavenly goal and gaining the victory-prize through the anointing of Jesus” (Philppians 3:14 (TPT)).

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