The Quiet Assurance of Knowing

“I’ve read the last page of the Bible, it’s all going to turn out all right” (Billy Graham).

Some days you need to know that the story has a happy ending. Some days aren’t necessarily the worst or best ever. They’re just somewhere in the middle kind of meh days.

No matter what, you need to know that because of the resurrection, the worst part is never the last part. Your story doesn’t end with ashes and defeat.

Even on good days, there’s a hint that something’s missing, like it’s almost perfect but could be a little better. Even the joy is tinged with a little bit of sadness.

I like the quote that says that everything will be fine in the end. If it’s not fine, it’s not the end. Because of the empty tomb, it’s true.

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