Maybe you’ve experienced a time in your life where you thought the world as you know it was over. You might have thought that you’d never get over this hurt, loss, mistake, but you did. In the process you realized it brought you closer to God.
That’s what I like to call a “Blessing in Disguise”.
It’s like the song from Laura Story “Blessings”. She wrote the lyrics while sitting in her car, on the back of a receipt, after she found out as a newlywed that her husband had a brain tumor.
Got this note from Sally in Pittsburgh, about how that song helped her discover her “Blessing in Disguise”
“I have been struggling with a failed relationship and that I had made such a terrible mistake. When I initially heard the song, “Blessings”, from Laura Story, I really just didn’t get it. How could blessings come through raindrops? I have…been praying for God’s wisdom about the whole situation because it truly was keeping me up for “a thousand sleepless nights”. Something clicked recently when I say “something”, I mean God finally got through this thick head of mine and I got what this song says! By having the raindrops and tears which allowed me to grieve and heal, God got through and healed my heart to be open to what He has for me. I feel such a release and that a burden has been lifted. While I still feel badly about the breakup and that I caused hurt to someone, I am no longer buried under the guild. God healed me through my tears.”
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