The Bible says "do not fear" 365 times. But today I find myself in a place I know that I am afraid. It seems like I am reliving a nightmare that I never wanted to be in the first time.
Most recently he has had bad dreams. As he wakes up and comes to me. One night as I walked him back to his bed he asked me "mom, can you pray and ask Jesus to give me good dreams?". "of course I can..." I said
I was reading through the book of John. I love reading the Gospels and about the time Jesus spent here on earth. But, then as I make my way through Palm Sunday comes. This must have been an amazing day to witness but I cringe... I know what is coming. The betrayal of Jesus a … Continue reading He Calls Me By Name
Continuing the thought of exercising my faith from last week. What does exercising faith look like?
Jonathan loves to ask questions right now, Especially at Bible time. It's been fun and rewarding getting to hear him ask questions trying to understand God deeper. A hunger I pray never leaves. Tonight he asked what it meant that God was limitless. That is a really big concept. I am not sure I truly … Continue reading Exorcise
Yesterday we ordered glasses for my oldest and youngest. We went to the eye doctor specialist to be diligent. To make sure their eyes were healthy and strong because they will rely on their eyes for so much. I wasn't really worried about this appointment. At the same time, I needed this one (I guess … Continue reading Learning how to lay it down
As I lay listening to it last night I realized it was me who had this timeline of when I wanted doors to open. And I was discouraged because they aren't opening. Wait He is in the waiting
Psalm 13:20 says "Walk with the wise and become wise..." Don't wait to ask for help. We were never meant to do this life alone. God has given us the gift of a community so that we can help and encourage one another.
I know that I am more than just my kids' mom. But, I do so much for them and have spent so much time with them that I feel a little lost without them.
This is our (my kids and mine) 2nd year going to school. Last year was a good year, it was hard with paperwork, meeting, and diagnosis, but it was good. God took care of each of them, above and beyond I could have hoped or prayed for.