“Hope for the hard days”

When I took some time to examine why I was writing last summer, and re-worked my website, today’s headline came into my head and wouldn’t go away.

Hope for the hard days.

Because everyone has them, and everyone needs hope to get through them, don’t we?

Thank you for journeying with me over the past 66 posts of Hope. Back when I planned this series, Covid-19 wasn’t yet in the world. But God was, and knew the timeliness of putting those verses out there.

As we move forward, I now find my writing rhythm has slightly adapted again. I am now working, like most of you, from home, as a virtual assistant full-time, versus part-time before Covid-19. This is my new reality, and one I feel needs to be shared through my writing.

As a result, I will now be posting here on the Blog on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. Tuesdays & Thursdays will be posts related to being a virtual assistant, and available on Twitter & Instagram @karlaleesdotcom, my new Facebook page, facebook.com/karlalees.va & LinkedIn. As always, you are welcome to follow along!

Monday posts will be related to MAYDAY. A scripture to help you cling to the Hope you have in God on the hard days.

Wednesday posts will be WORSHIP focused. A song to draw you deeper into His Presence.

Friday posts will be FAITH focused. A prayer or poem expressing faith in action and keeping our eyes fixed on our Living Hope.

Before you go today, I wanted to leave you with 7 verses which help me when everything within me cries MAYDAY! Feel free to print & post it where you can see it, and pray through the verses as you seek Hope for your hard days, friend.

What the world needs now, more than ever, is to ground ourselves in the Hope we have as His children, reminding ourselves that God love us so, and will continue to provide for all our needs.

Published by Karla Lees

sharing Hope on the hard days for the hurting, the broken and the lonely.

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