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The Upper Room Devotional 18 June 2022 | Trusting God
The Upper Room Devotional

The Upper Room Devotional 18 June 2022 | Trusting God

The Upper Room Devotional 18 June 2022 | Trusting God

The Upper Room Devotional 18 June 2022 | Trusting God

Read and Meditate on The Upper Room Daily Devotional for Saturday 18th June 2022, written by Patty Sears. God bless you as you study!


Today’s Topic: Trusting God
Patty Sears (Indiana, USA)

Matthew 6:25-34

God is strong enough to handle my anger.

Do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own. – Matthew 6:34 (NIV)

I remember watching my dad slowly succumb to Alzheimer’s Disease. My dad was my hero — my father, my friend, my cheerleader, my everything. At one point in the aftermath of my father’s sickness and death I was so upset with God that I stopped praying. Full of anger, I broke my silence only to yell at God. And do you know what? God listened patiently to me. And so I talked to God some more the next day and then the next day.

Trusting God amidst sorrow and suffering is difficult. Even now, I still have days where it is hard to get out of bed or where I feel like a hamster on a wheel — going through the motions, oblivious to my surroundings. Starting my mornings with prayer, a devotional, and some scripture helps to keep me centered. My heartache remains, but with time and God’s help, the pain of losing my dad has numbed and my relationship with God has grown.

Loss brings anger, confusion, and frustration. But my experience has taught me that God is with us — through big and small things. Our Creator is strong enough for our anger and patient enough for our questions.

Dear God, we trust you with today and our tomorrows. Guide our paths, our decisions, and our hearts. Amen.

Families of those with Alzheimer’s

The Upper Room Devotional 18 June 2022 | Trusting God

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