When small seeds of hope, planted in fresh soil, are stolen by the ravens it’s easy to become weary.
We toil in darkness on hands and knees. Prayer lifted in desperation can seem to hit empty air when the harvest waits.
Still, I’ve found hope doesn’t lie in seed. Hope lies in the waiting soul and the hands of the sower.
Tomorrow will grace us with newness and we can plow and dig. We can take life in our hands and cover it, willing, in the dirt and start a revolution. We can wet it with tears wrought in prayer. We can wait hoping for rain. We can harvest the rewards of diligence.
My hope isn’t in one seed. My victory not taken by one theft. My hope is bigger, stronger, cared for by work, and harnessed in faith. My hope, the anchor of my soul, is in the giver of life. I will win and I will rest in Him.