Rainbow's EndBy: Norah Bradford
Pouring my heart out on paper for the whole world to read is not something I would ever choose. It threatens to expose the very depths of me; it allows unknown people to trample into areas even I don't always want to go. It has been such a hard road to travel; one I don't want anyone else to go down unnecessarily, hence this book. When the Lord gave me the title 'Rainbow's End' for the book I knew he was referring to the old Irish Legend that says if you can connect to the end of a rainbow and dig in the ground you will find the leprechaun's pot of gold. 'Rainbow's End' was to be my spiritual pot of Gold. The things God has taught me over the years in all I've come through. The major problem I always seem to come back to is holding hurts, mine, other peoples, I have been around and around that mountain again and again. Not taking those hurts to the Lord who is the only one who can actually lift them and change situations and people around if I choose to allow Him. It's taken me all of my life this far to even begin to grasp that God really can run this earth and the whole universe without my help, amazing though that is to me. I also begin to realise I can do nothing without Him. God is so incredibly big I can't even begin to imagine the power, authority, and the grace, all that is God! I am known and prized by this gorgeous God, my heavenly Father. He knows my name. He knows how many hairs there are on my head, even if I just brushed them! He keeps creating, every second a new star is borne that's bigger than earth. He names it and puts it in its place. This maker and creator of the universe came to earth, our tiny planet, became a man just to save you and me. It's this God that has transformed my flawed damaged heart and life into something beautiful and new. This is His story and mine.