How I discovered grace through motherhood came in many different forms.
My entire life I wanted to be a Mom.
Having an amazing mother myself shaped my desire even more.
My husband and I were married for 10 months when I became pregnant with our son, Blake.
Throughout my pregnancy I often wondered, like most mother’s-to-be do, what my son would be like.
How many of you were like me and thought motherhood would come naturally?
Let me tell you it was a very rude awakening when that did not happen.
Motherhood was not what I expected. My life wasn’t what I had expected.
Mothering is hard.
I discovered grace through the difficult times.
It will be the hardest most wonderful thing I will ever do. Ladies, we need each other.
I discovered grace through my sister’s in Christ.
We need to encourage, love and pray for one another.
Let’s help each other out of a place that is Biblical and Godly.
We need to hold each other accountable.
Pray for each other’s children and serve one another.
I discovered grace through comparing myself to others.
I need to stop trying to compete with my fellow mothers.
My motherhood is not your motherhood but we can do this together.
Sin is an ugly thing. It has a way of creeping into your mind and life when you are at your weakest.
It wrecks and destroys.
The grace I discovered came through various trials and experiences.
Thank you Jesus for what you have done in my life.
Oh to think about what my life might be like without You.
You show me my sins and convict me when I am wrong.
The grace I discovered I do not deserve.
Jesus, You show me grace when I so desperately need it.
May the grace You show to us we show to each other.
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