I thought, wow, God expected Mary to be able to handle a lot. I know you are weak. If you are going through a hard time right now, as I know some of you are, just know that God is preparing you to face whatever comes next. Would God chose you to take on your battles? God does not cause us pain. What I want is for you to come to me. When you have found the style, you may think you want, try to envision it inked on your body to make a final decision.
Its our first time being apart for that long and not being able to talk or see eachother but I know we can make it through anything because our love is strong enough to make it through the toughest battles life will give us. Having been through trauma this year, devastated by so much hurt and betrayal and so many people failing me…again…. Do you want everyone to be able to see this tattoo? Sometimes we even lose the fight. Take a break today and pray to God to ask Him to give you the strength to help make you the toughest soldier. We just have to trust Him. But through those struggles we may face, He gives us the strength to get through those hard battles.
Even in my exhausted state, I do trust in Him fully. Sarah was 90 years old when she had Isaac. He was in the trenches in France for 18 months, survived being gassed and went on to warn his unit of incoming gas attacks and artillery shelling; he located wounded soldiers, and helped capture a German spy. Our battles overcome us, and we realize how weak we are in the world. It takes much more faith to keep that trust during painful trials.
Tattoo Font The font in which you have this tattoo styled out also says a lot about yourself. For every grief, that bows the heart. Colors can also be added to this phrase for a more unique feel. But if we trust God, as we should, it all work out for the good! I had often thought about the difficulty of saying yes to God, that she would become pregnant and the consequences that would have presented for a young woman in her day in her situation. A powerful phrase tattooed on oneself with such great meaning is bound to hold many stories. I just need to hibernate and recover and I know, I have been told, it takes time.
The climb and trial you are facing maybe more about trusting God through the storm. Inspiring phrases such as this one holds a special meaning to the individual holding the text. He is extending compassion, his tears are flowing into ours, and his arms are the fortress in which we are secure. It matters to me and it matters to God. We will get through this together.
Sometimes the climb is the resulting fight of a prayer not going your way. The journey to recovery is a painful, often lonely, emotional daily challenge and it is my aim to encourage others in their daily battle. Our weaknesses remind us how strong God is. With nine words total, choosing a spot to get this inked could be a challenge so placement is crucial with this one. I am using my journey to recovery and healing, to help others, to help survivors feel less alone, validated, encouraged and to enable others to understand themselves more. This is a reminder to the individual to stay strong, even when the tough times come.
In the name of Jesus we pray. Tough times happen to everyone. Is this a tattoo that you hold dearly and only want to remind yourself of? Jesus has fought the battle before you. I have never asked you to be strong enough. Complex trauma, particularly from severe, prolonged childhood abuse, is profoundly life changing. In order to fight hard battles, you have to be strong, you have to have courage, strength, integrity, an ability to understand what is wrong and to not ignore it if it is serious and serious spiritual consequences. Despite killing those who followed God for most of his life, Paul shared the gospel to the gentiles and went to jail for Christ.
Would God chose the most unqualified people to fulfill His plan? But faith is the most important thing that you must have in this age of crisis! Butterflies and birds have always been a symbol of life and freedom. I know that we are all given more than we can handle at times. So, like a wounded soldier, who survived but achieved what was needed, I will rest and just hibernate for as long as I need to, knowing Jesus is with me, comforting me, and will help me back up when I am ready. Perhaps you have been able to tell a tale of a near death experience that may even still seem to rattle you one way or another. Complex trauma produces complex adults. I am using my journey to recovery and healing, to help others, to help survivors feel less alone, validated, encouraged and to enable others to understand themselves more. In the same way our sin is seen, I believe our struggles are.
He knows the battle you are facing, he knows the defeat that you feel, but he is with you and with him you can find victory. This tattoo can be done in so many ways and always relay the same beautiful message. Author: I am a survivor of complex and multiple trauma and abuse, who at the age of 40, began my healing journey. Another thought to have in mind is whether or not the place in which you get this tattoo will be visible to others or not. Life knocks you down, and maybe God allows the storms to occur in your life so you can be brought to your knees and worship Him.
Shields and swords drawn together could represent the battles you have overcome as one of Gods strongest soldiers in his fleet of angels. With words such as God, tough, strong, and battle, this tattoo has a lot of meaning and significance to it. David was only a small boy when he defeated the giant. I am not asking you to overcome it on your own. This past week I have been studying about the call of Mary. She was chosen to be the mother of Jesus.