From Pain to New Life

Pain brings forth change. Up to you if it is positive or not

“Do I bring to the moment of birth and not give delivery?” says the Lord….”  Isaiah 66:9

For those women who have been in labor, you understand it as an incredible time of pain, almost to the point of being unbearable.  Though you might want to give up, what keeps you going is the final outcome.  At the end of it all, there will be a beautiful, precious baby.  Out of the pain comes a new birth… a transformation of life.

At times, God guides us all through labor pains.  These pains can be almost unbearable, as we want to give up on ourselves or give up on life, but know that these pains are temporary.  God has allowed them into our lives in order to transform us to a new life.  The final outcome is what He desires and will bring forth.

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About wyldewoody

I am a scholar and a preacher. I am a father, husband and friend. I have served my country and cussed my government and will continue to do both. I enjoy writing and you never know what you might find here in my posts. I will write about everything from my biblical opinion to scientific musings potentially bad stories to editorials about public policy and international affairs. I suppose that is blogging in general, if you like it great, if you don’t go somewhere else, if you disagree with me, great I love a good discussion. Hell might just find me ranting to the shadows in the corner. Kinda like I think I am doing now. And if my punctuation irritates you, that makes me happy.

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