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When my third baby was just 10.5 weeks in my belly, a sonogram technician decided to take a measurement she shouldn’t have taken just yet, and we were thrust into a drama over whether my child would have a genetic disorder or not. His nuchal fold (which shouldn’t have been measured for at least another week) was measuring thick and all of a sudden we were being told to see a neonatologist and to prepare for “the worst.”
If you will just decide today that you are going to sit on that starting point of breakthrough – constantly, unrelentingly – and not get off, agreeing with the word of the Lord for your life no matter what, YOU WILL SEE YOUR PROMISE!
What are you willing to do today so you can perceive of what others cannot tomorrow? What will you deny yourself today so you can eat of fruit others won’t even be able to touch tomorrow?
While complete healing hasn’t happened for me just yet, I’m better than I would be had I not cleaned up my diet, worked on stress management, added supplements to my routine and educated myself on how my digestion, hormones and neurotransmitters really work. I’m better. And that’s what brings hope right into the middle of the waiting.
“May the God of your hope so fill you with all joy and peace in believing [through the experience of your faith] that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound and be overflowing (bubbling over) with hope.” – Romans 15:13 (AMP) One of the most challenging places for joy to survive is […]
“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. For by it the elders obtained a good testimony.” – Hebrews 11:1-2 (NKJV) I know, I know . . . a predictable start to a week-long study on the word “faith.” But I find it nearly impossible to really dig […]
In 2009, I gave birth to my second son via emergency C-section. I then spent the better part of a year battling severe postpartum anxiety. It was a runaway train I didn’t see coming and it was the sort that hit me on any given day without any notice. It left me exhausted, disoriented and […]
“Then we turned around and set out across the wilderness toward the Red Sea, just as the LORD had instructed me, and we wandered around Mount Seir for a long time. Then at last the LORD said to me, You have been wandering around in this hill country long enough; turn northward. Give these orders […]