Are We There Yet?

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Davalynn Spencer @davalynnspencer 

Are we there yet?

Have you ever heard that question roll out from the back seat of your car during a family vacation?

Or have you asked it yourself in the middle of a long and tedious road trip? It’s just so hard to be patient when the journey seems never-ending.

But the journey isn’t always on a road. Sometimes it’s our job, the work we do, or the race we run—the pressing on. It’s not easy. We have to want it badly enough that we’ll give the pursuit all we’ve got.

We might not be where we want to be yet, but we will be because God is faithful. 

God promised He would never abandon us but would always give us the strength we need.

That means we’re not in this alone.


I press on to reach the end of the race
and receive the heavenly prize
for which God, through Christ Jesus, is calling us.

Phil. 3:14 NLT 


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2 thoughts on “Are We There Yet?

  1. Sharon B.

    Thank you for your post, it touched my heart! It has been a very difficult and stressful journey this year for me, probably one of the hardest I have faced in my life and it is not over yet. After two deaths, family illness, and surgery, we are facing at any time of the day or night our oldest sons kidney transplant. I have been praying and remembering God’s promises daily that he will not leave us, nor forsake us.
    The most wonderful thing is that my sons walk with the Lord the past two and a-half years has deepened into a beautiful relationship. I know we can face what happens next and that my son can go on and live a fairly healthy life. The heading of your post, “Are We There Yet” made me chuckle a little. I had recently told my husband, when we get through our sons transplant, maybe, just maybe, we will have made it through this year. I know the journey will not be over by any means, and that we will continue to press on towards the prize, and it will be glorious. Your post blessed my heart.

    1. davalynn

      Praise our loving Lord, Sharon. Thank you for sharing your journey and God’s faithfulness. He is there the entire way.


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