Motivation Monday with April {Sept. 27, 2021}

I recently read a devotion talking about the instinct a mother has to comfort her children. When my children need something, whether it is from being hurt by someone or something, waking from a nightmare, or they or hungry or thirsty, it is my first thought to run to them and help them. When they call for me, my desire is to run to them and take care of what they need. I know that desire is a mirrored desire of how the Father feels towards us. His heart is for us. It hurts when we hurt. He longs to comfort us when we are scared. But we have to allow Him to do that. When we cry out to God we have to be willing to be in His presence (be near to Him), we have to wait there to allow the need to be met and we have to trust that He is meeting it in the exact we it needs to be met!

I pray that as we turn to our Heavenly Father this week in our times of need that we remember this verse from Isaiah 26:3. "You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you."

Lord, let us run to you, keep our minds stayed on you and trust you with everything! Help us to remember that our emotions lie to us and what we feel is not always your reality. Let our peace and healing not be taken from us because we choose not to lay our cares at your feet!


We trust You Lord!!

1 view0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening whenever you are reading this. I’m so excited to be bringing this motivational to you all today. As we are gearing up for Thanksgiving this week, one thing I am extremel

MEH. That’s slang for indifference or lack of enthusiasm; to be used when one doesn’t seem to care. Sometimes life is “meh,” especially when circumstances and interruptions are invading every part of

Today we listened to stories of the uproar caused when taxes were raised in a community that did not have a voice in their government any longer. These stories have been told for over 200 years. Each