We are sending you are Sunday recap in a different form this week. We hope you enjoy all the great things that went on, on the facebook page.
I live with thehope and the understanding that I am holy and set apart, a part of a royal priesthood. Christ died on the cross for me. He loves me, even when it’s hard. Really, really hard.
There isn’t a day I don’t miss my husband’s sweet presence in my life. But I am grateful for God and His Presence in my life. I love to tell God’s story, because I have seen His faithfulness. I want others to know Him. My heart craves for Him to be glorified through my life. My prayer is for my thoughts, actions and deeds to be worthy of this royal position, as His daughter, for such a time as this.
Thank you Father, that we can hide in the shadow of Your wings. Rest with us tonight in this wonderful imagery of how God cares for each of us.
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Tonight’s Might!He is awesome. Cling to that tonight and share with us why you agree with this statement whole-heartedly. If you are struggling tonight, share with us so we can lift you up.
Today, I will lay it all at the Cross! Because He did indeed finish it there. My life, my solo mom success and fails, my journey, my loss can all be layed before Him.. and I can trust that He will take it all and make a glory-filled masterpiece.
It’s the Him in us that others see.
We aren’t perfect, yet HE is.
We keep it real. We are authentic. We show people it’s ok to be a messy unorthodox family. It’s ok to have grief as a family member. It’s ok to not be totally ok. And yes I am even showing others solo parenting is possible by God’s amazing grace, provision, and mercy.
I need daily love, forgiveness, and grace. And I receive that and so much more when I go to the Cross and lay it all before Him.
As a solo mom, I want to own this scripture. This is now my home and I want my kids to know well, that we will always choose faith, we will always choose to serve the Lord, no matter what may come!
We didn’t choose this part of our life. Simply becoming a member of this widow journey can easily and subconciously ignite fear within us, but God isn’t in the fear, He is in the hope. Hope lives in the light that is revealed when fears are brought out of their darkness and surrendered.
As a solo mom I fail every day. I mess up and make mistakes. I yell. I lose my patience. I say things I shouldn’t. I wonder often if my kids’ poor behavior or attitudes are totally due to my lack luster parenting. I have made many bad decisions. In fact, my teenage daughter just the other day reminded me in a “most helpful” way, I don’t follow through with my threats sometimes.
I’m pretty mediocre at best.
I am certainly no one to be watched!
Honestly, solo parenting is the single hardest thing I’ve ever done!
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