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Easter Sunday

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Mommy Theology- Believing God

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The last few weeks I've been sharing and updating with thoughts as my Momma discovered she had a tumor on her spine in April. Thank you all for praying with our family for good reports and her healing. This past Monday, she called me with answered prayer that the tumor is benign!
In this, I have learned many lessons about God's sovereignty, praising Him in all circumstances, and more so about believing Him and His promises. So many times, I take the safe route in praying. Asking God for the little things, praying for things I am pretty sure He will say yes to. Yes, it is good to pray about every , but it's time to stop praying just the “safe prayers." We are to pray believing He will do as He has promised. He will answer us. He does work everything together for good to those who trust Him. When my Momma called me with this good report, obviously I was excited- yet sadly, even though I knew God could heal her, I was in shock...at a loss of words. Even though I w…

Mommy Theology- God's Sovereignty

While sitting with my boys in Miss Amber’s class, hearing them sing, “Yes, God is Sovereign. Yes, God is Sovereign. Yes, God is Sovereign. He controls all things,” (tune of Jesus Loves Me.) I was reminded of this profound truth as they reviewed God’s provision and providence in Abraham and Sarah’s lives. Can you imagine God telling you to move, but not knowing where? Or being promised a child, but waiting until you were almost one hundred years old for Him to provide! In both of these drastic situations, God’s sovereignty is displayed. In our own lives God’s controlling hand is displayed beautifully down to even the minutest details like our hair and eye color. He specifically placed you in your family- handpicking your parents and children just for you. Situations that seem out of our control, He totally has under His control. He sees the end of every trial, and is “working it out for your good and His glory.”  When we can not imagine the end of the scenario, God is already there…