I recently read a book titled “Like silver refined”. In one of the chapters, the author discusses the process of the purification of silver. What caught my eye is that the silversmith not only ensures that the right amount of heat is applied, but also never takes his eyes away from the silver. He watches the silver and cannot afford to leave it unattended in case it gets burnt. I feel that this is the same with God, when life seems particularly hard, his eyes are still on us. When it feels like no one understands your pain, his eyes are still on you. Continue reading “God never takes his eyes away”
In the last post I shared how we started to plan for our wedding, and seemed to have healed from the heartbreak of the last miscarriage. We got married on the 30th of May 2003. It was a small wedding by Zimbabwean standards (One hundred people) It was a simple affair because we could not afford anything extravagant, and we were so happy and everything else did not seem to matter as long as we were together and finally married. We had our honeymoon at the beautiful Victoria Falls. I remember feeling extremely exhausted throughout our trip to Victoria Falls. I just wanted to sleep and not explore any of it. I dragged myself daily and I can only imagine what my husband thought. Needless to say, as soon as I went back home, we confirmed that I was pregnant again! Finally, we were going to be parents! Continue reading “The second heartbreak”
God has a way of turning a negative into a positive. I believe this is also the reason why He specialises in using the broken. I once heard a quote on TV that says, “God will give you a little sugar to go with the vinegar” and I believe I have seen this in my life. His ways just cannot be explained in words! Sometimes when he brings the sugar, we do not immediately recognise it as such – we may even call it luck, whereas it is God at work.
Let me tell you a story, there was once a company which advertised for new positions in the newspaper. There was
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Heartbreak feels like winter
I am one of those people who can block bad memories from my mind, and somehow with time I forget the details of an incident that brought me pain. I am not sure whether this is a healthy way of dealing with my emotions or not. There are very few painful occurrences in my life that I remember in detail. However, I always remember, second by second, the details of the events leading to my very first miscarriage.
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