I knew of some items on our schedule, which I wanted to pray for, but I didn’t expect our week to be what it was.
In the past seven days, our family has experienced some big things.
(Some of them I will share with you in a later post.)
It’s been a blessing to give extra time to prayer, because we’ve needed it!
My husband’s grandmother had a heart attack and at 93, we thought we were going to loss her.
I am praising the Lord for continuing to sustain her and she’s recovering.
Our truck was in the shop the entire week due to a part not coming in.
This really threw a wrench in our plans as my hubby took time off from work to get it down to the shop and spend time with his parents while in that area.
He did end up spending one night with them after all, but we had to call in a favor to get him back home.
God worked it out perfectly and we were thankful.
Our homeschool schedule has changed and Jase is finding it difficult.
I have peace that he will adjust and although it’s challenging, it will get easier with the passage of time.
Hubby was able to make some changes to our veggie garden and get the pea plant stakes up.
Jase planted the peas.
Once he turns over the soil, we will plant the beans and tomatoes.
I thank God every time I look out the bedroom window for how He’s blessed me with the back garden.
We had a furniture “moment” which we thought was going to equal days of work to sand off and start over.
But God stepped in and it turned out our expectations were off, the piece is turning out exactly as hoped, praise God!
Our friends had their baby!
We’ve been praying for this baby from the beginning.
His parents are thrilled and so are we.
We are so thankful for God’s gift and walking with them through this.
Children are such blessings, a heritage from the Lord.
A newborn baby is such a beautiful testimony of God, our Creator.
Our week has been such a testament to His faithfulness.
My heart can say with the Psalmist:
Psalm 139:13-14 NKJV — For You formed my inward parts; You covered me in my mother’s womb. I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well.
Dear Lord Jesus,
Thank You so much for all Your blessings and Your faithfulness. Lord, thank You for Your wonderous works are not one week or even one lifetime, but throughout all eternity! My mind can not even grasp that. Lord, You have again reaffirmed to me that no matter what is occurring or how things seem to be difficult or trying, You are God and I should place my trust in You and allow You to direct my steps. For great is Your faithfulness! I can’t always see it at the moment, but I know it is true. You see far more then I shall ever understand and I choose to trust You and Your Word. Thank You for this week. Lord, please continue to guide, direct, and teach me in Your ways and Your truth. Thank You. Amen.