Way More Than Enough
We can’t save ’em all.
We can’t rescue every victim or prosecute every perpetrator. Can’t support every child, can’t provide education for all of them. Can’t offer vocational training to every rescued woman.
We can’t make sure justice happens for every person who deserves it. Wish we could, but we can’t.
Standing for justice seems overwhelming, because there’s never enough. Too much evil, too many victims, not enough justice, and that makes it tempting to quit.
Jesus didn’t make it our job to make the world perfect. He asked us to seek justice, to do what we can – and trust Him for the outcome.
Somehow, He holds every single abused child in His hands. I don’t know how it works, but He’s caring for them in some way we can’t comprehend.
We’re asked only to do our best with what’s in front of us, to keep going when it’s impossible, and trust Him for a result we can’t possibly understand. He’s using our efforts in ways bigger than we imagine, ways we may never see.
So, it’s true…we can’t save ’em all. But that’s not a reason to stop trying, because if we don’t, who will?
So we support a couple dozen kids in one HOME OF HOPE. Our efforts matter.
But when we finally understand what God does with our efforts, I think we’ll be astonished.