30 Days of Faith: Day 16

My faith has been tested many times in my life and God has always been there when I or my family has needed Him in times of despair or trouble. Recently, I was having a very bad day at my place of work and my faith was tested to the brink. My secular self tried to overcome my Christian self, but God was right there and didn’t let it happen.

I’ve sat at the same desk for three months and never noticed anything out of the ordinary until I had become so stressed out my blood pressure had gone off the charts. I sat down at my cubicle and tried to prepare for the upcoming day of work. I had resigned myself to the idea I would not be productive and I would be miserable.

Well the Lord had other plans! I looked up and written in blue on the white-washed wooden board were three words: JESUS LOVES YOU.

I knew then the Lord had placed those words there for me to see throughout my day, so I would remember His loves is stronger than myself and with His love I could overcome any obstacle in my way, even Satan…

Debra Elliott


About mikedellosso

Mike Dellosso is an author of wide-eyed suspense. He writes stories that not only entertain but enlighten.

Posted on January 17, 2012, in 30 Days of Faith, Christian Living and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on 30 Days of Faith: Day 16.

Comments are closed.

Silver Lining Sharings

True tales of inspiration

The Accidental Missionary

A regular guy tryin' to figure it out


All the things I say in my mind, just not out loud (yet)

Spooks, Spectres, and Spilled Milk // RAENA J ROOD

One mother's venture into terror and toddlers . . .

Ray Ferrer - Emotion on Canvas

** OFFICIAL Site of Artist Ray Ferrer **

Whispers in the Wind

Musings of a writer's life


wide-eyed fiction

Ambling & Rambling

Scattered thoughts and general musings

Parenting And Stuff

Not a "how to be a great parent" blog

Lynn Rush

New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author

Bibliophile's Retreat

Bookish Musings, Banter & More


The intersection of faith and fiction.

Life Worth Serving

Life is messy...Yet Worth Serving

A Little Bit of Everything

Slices of life from a mom, army wife, craft maker, writer, etc.

%d bloggers like this: