When My Words are Small

photo from pixshark.com
photo from pixshark.com

Hey y’all?

How was your week?

This post is a little different than normal, because I just feel like chatting today.

I love writing on this blog, but some days I stare at the screen and wonder what on earth to say. Most of the time it’s not that I lack things to say, it’s just that I don’t know whether it’s worth saying.

I love words, but words are so small.

They’re too tiny to explain the vastness of the Creator of heaven and earth. I can’t comprehend His love for me. I can’t even begin to appreciate all that Yeshua Messiah sacrificed to save my soul, and how He lived and died and rose again so that all may live in Him.

I can’t capture the beauty of the world around me and fully express the joy that overflows my heart sometimes, and makes me happy just to be alive. And I can’t share the heartbreaking moments either, when I’m a crying mess, because…well…those are personal, and this blog is not the right place to share them. And yet, I try to share bits of these moments on this blog, hoping–and knowing–that they do encourage others.

My words will always be small, because Yahweh is so much bigger.

And that is a beautiful thing.

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2 thoughts on “When My Words are Small

  1. It’s those times when we either feel happier than everybody in the world or lower than everybody else that we feel we can’t share it in words—nobody will fully understand. It’s those times that I love to turn to the verse: “but there is a Loving One Who sticks closer than a brother” (Proverbs 18:24). I love that Yeshua knows our deepest heart secrets. What other god stores the tears of its adherents in a bottle (Psalm 56:8)? There is none like our God!

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