What Do We Do in the Presence of Our Enemies?
We welcome back Dulce from Dulce de Leche as a guest blogger today. She paints quite a fascinating picture.
I had this picture of a war scene—heat, ear-shattering explosions, the stench of smoke and decay, bullets flying everywhere and soldiers so bone-achingly weary that terror had been dulled and replaced by a glazed, grim determination to keep going till it was somehow over.
So far, the best solution I have found for pregnancy insomnia is to meditate on Scripture and pray. After all, it put even the disciples to sleep, right?
Last night, after waking up for the fourth or fifth time, I was mentally reciting Psalm 23 when I got to the verse that says, “You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies…”. It reminded me of a time when God used that verse to really encourage me.
In the middle of this battle, God suddenly appears and starts setting this elegant table.
To find out what happens and to continue reading go to Dulce.