In the past few months God has been challenging me in the areas of compromise and trust. I’ve had to make some tough choices regarding my business and I’ve watched my husband do the same for his business. Personally I have had to really pray and wrestle with some new ideas I was tossing around and some new opportunities that came up. The good in all this was that I was able to see God’s plan very clearly so in the end I knew what I had to do. However I got thinking about
When I hear the word trust in regards to God I feel a wee bit unsettled. Lately I’ve been asking myself, do I really trust God with everything? What are some things I have a harder time trusting Him with? I have trusted God for some really big things, but was it without reservation and fear? This week I’ve been called to my past to try and figure this out. Beth Moore talks about Our Truths + Satan’s Lies = Captivity. So I ask myself, what lie do I still believe when it c
This is a question I asked myself a few weeks ago. A friend of mine lost her baby. A miscarriage. It ripped open an old wound of mine that I thought had fully healed. I had suffered infertility for 9 years and I wanted to carry this loss for my friend. I told her I wish it had been me because I knew how to carry that burden. It wasn’t fair. It’s never fair when a nice loving couple who has a warm home to welcome a baby into get’s their dreams crushed by such a loss.