Hold On To The Promises

As I have mentioned before, this past year and a half has not been the most pleasant of times for Pilot. He and I have felt trapped in a dank, dark tunnel.

Thankfully, through it all, God provided what I call “grace-drops”, and treasures in the dark to keep us hopeful and trusting in his sovereign power.

To celebrate us punching through, and reaching the end of the tunnel we traversed, (cue the Hallelujah Chorus) I would like to share this video with you.

Are you working your way through a dark, seemingly endless tunnel? Hold on to the promises that God will never leave, or forsake you, my friend. Don’t lose hope. Keep trusting the God who has a plan for you. A plan for you to prosper, not a plan to harm you.

I wish you well.


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6 thoughts on “Hold On To The Promises

  1. Oh Sandy! I feel this now in my life! My little son has over the past few months been tested, scanned, put to sleep, awoken in a medicine induced frenzy – and we jus keep getting answers that say “Wait and see”. Waiting is one of the most difficult things for me to do in he world. But while we’ve been waiting, I’ve felt God’s leading, I’ve leaned on Him for protection, and Nathan continues to improve. I myself, this week, said I am beginning to see the light at the end of a very dark tunnel!


    • Tiffany, I know. It is soooo hard when you are in the middle of such trials. Especially when the issues involve your child. You want it to end. God is still there. He is faithful. Remember all the things He’s brought you through in the past. He didn’t bring you this far to drop you. Hold on to the promises. It’s when we’re at our weakest, we see His strength shine through. Remember…God is not bound by time like we are. He’s already gone ahead of you and worked it all out. He’s got your back, Sweetie.
      Praying for you, Hubby, Big Bro, and Nathan.


  2. Sandy, these past six months since David was diagnosed with cancer has truly been a time of leaning and trusting in the Lord unlike anything I’ve ever been through. I feel as if we have been slowly working our way through a very dark tunnel. The
    good news is that David had a good doctor/lab report and was told he is healing ahead of schedule!


    • Yea, God! So glad to hear the great news about David healing ahead of schedule. Major “grace-drop”. When we are in those dark tunnels, we are forced to realize the only true hope we have is in our Protector and Sustainer. Thankfully, He’s always there, even when we might wonder. Praying for you and your three men, Girlfriend.


  3. You and I have both been through some long, dark tunnels throughout the years. We can both say that God’s miracles DO happen. I just keep praying for the stength to travel this next challenge God’s placed before me and that I’ll make it with God’s grace.


    • God didn’t bring you this far to drop you now, Sissy. You know that. What I’m learning…slowly…is that we can’t do “this”, whatever “this” happens to be at the moment, in our own strength. (I talked about this in my Ever Have One of Those Days? post http://www.sandykirbyquandt.com/ever-have-one-of-those-days/)
      …for when I am weak, then I am strong – the less I have, the more I depend on him (God). It’s only through the power of Christ in me. Hang in there, Sis. Praying for you and Chief.


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