about a year and a half ago, i wrote a post about the anchor, about how i found so much comfort and hope in knowing that God is my anchor, that He is always firm and secure, even when life is not. (and it wasn't.) (and sometimes still isn't.) and that's where the idea originated.
a few weeks ago, i got the anchor tattooed on my wrist so i would always have that symbol to remind me of the truth.
i want to see it and remember that i always, always have hope. even when i feel overwhelmed or broken or confused or alone, even when i'm at my worst. i want to remember that i have a God who is constant and faithful, whose love never fails.
and i want other people to see it and to ask me about it, because i want to be able to tell them. He's not just my anchor, He's yours too.
we have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure. | hebrews 6:19