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What It Really Means to Wait

He Can’t Give Away What He Doesn’t Have

Yesterday was Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day. It was overwhelming to see how many women have lost babies way too soon. What an honor to celebrate those little lives and remember their Mamas. There was a national initiative called “Wave of Light,” in order to remember those lives we never got to see grow…

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Wrap Around Presence

Our family has had two major disappointments in the last three months. God had been telling us about a baby that was going to be joining our family since back in January. He had given us a name, and we felt strongly we were to prepare for this baby in faith. We had showers, made…

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The Umpire of Your Heart

Webster’s says the definition of peace is freedom from disturbance, tranquility, a state or period where there is no war or a war has ended. I don’t know about you, but I’ve spent too much of my life waiting to “get out of this season because then I’ll finally have some peace.” Have you ever…

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Where His Love Has Not Yet Gone

I used to sing this song as a kid from Psalty the Singing Songbook. It’s actually how I remembered the reference. Any Psalty fans out there?! My almost ten year old mostly cringes when I make my kids listen to him, but I know he’ll thank me one day when he needs to look up…

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You Are Not Forgotten

“But how could a loving mother forget her nursing child and not deeply love the one she bore? Even if there is a mother who forgets her child, I could never, no never, forget you. Can’t you see? I have carved your name on the palms of my hands! Your walls are always my concern.”…

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The Power of Being Near

Last week I was on my knees crying out to God in the middle of so much pain. I haven’t felt disappointment that deeply in quite some time. So many voices were clamoring for my attention. I was desperate. Desperate for relief, desperate for breakthrough, but more than anything desperate to hear His voice. I’ve…

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When He Breaks Through

Everything changes when God shows up to the scene. What looks like hopeless situations, when things look absolutely dead, when there is literally no way, He always makes one. It feels so often that what we are walking through will never end. The sadness, a complete ache to hold your baby in your arms, or…

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What It Really Means to Wait

In the footnote of my Bible it says this about waiting on the Lord: “The Hebrew word most commonly translated as wait (wait upon the Lord) is qavah, which also means ‘to tie together by twisting’ or ‘to entwine’ or ‘to wrap tightly.’ This is a beautiful concept of waiting upon God, not as something…

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