for they were too mighty for me -- Psalm 18.17
You have to know you need it
Let yourself exhale in the hopeless place. Feel it. Admit it.
Be hopeless and desperate and convinced there's only one person who can help.
Of course, you’d also leave to God the timing of it, and for what rescue looks like. You might have to stare at it before you realize that's it.
The biggest hold-up to experiencing God’s rescue?
It's something that’s good and honorable and SO hard to let go of:
A flicker of hope that somehow you can work things out
If you have that flicker of hope, you don't need rescued. Yet.