A Door of Hope

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Old words fall freshly on my heart today. They feel new all these thousands of years later. I’ve been treasuring these words quietly in my heart for the last week, but maybe they are meant for you, too? Maybe that’s why I’m here today. Just to give you God’s words.

The desert isn’t a place we would choose for ourselves, but if we knew what awaited us there, we just might drop everything and go. It’s here that we experience the alluring, tender heart of God. It’s here that we are given a new song…the one we will sing when we walk through the door of hope. Can you believe that the very door that led you into heartache and heartbreak will be turned into a door of hope? Let’s believe that together today!

With all of my brave and beautiful heart,

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  • Lucille - Thank you for sharing, Linsey. That is a beautiful verse and promise- one I needed to hear today as well 🙂ReplyCancel

  • erin - Thank you so much! Just what I needed to hear. Beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • Katey - these are lovely words from our savior. Thank you so thinking of us!
    I saw your sweet family from a distance Saturday at the city farmhouse pop up. I looked for you around but you must have been deep inside the tents taking it all in! Hope you enjoyed it. KateyReplyCancel

  • Gracia @ Gracious Offering - Linsey, Once again, such a timely word for me. Love that thought that the out of the desert will come a door of hope. Hope is one of my favorite words….expectant waiting. Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us!ReplyCancel

  • lauren - Thank you for posting this. I am one who needed to read these words today. As a sensitive introvert, I can relate to your posts. I’m glad to know there are more of us out there 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Paula - Yes you have a brave a beautiful heart!

    Strong a lovely words I needed to read today.

    Thank you from distant(?)Portugal


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