Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof. Matthew 6:34
As a single mom I often would worry about the future. What if I can't pay my house note? What if I can't buy food for my kids? What if I lose my job? What if I die? We often worry as mom's about the "what if's" of life. However, as a single mom we often carry the pressure of being the only one that supports and cares for our children. Or so I thought? ! I learned early in Christ that worrying is the opposite of faith. (Mat. 6:25) God showed me that I am not in control of ANYTHING let alone the future. This scripture has comforted me numerous times when I have become worry some about circumstances or the future. God has us in His hand and there is nothing that can pluck us from it! (John 10:28) I am reassured daily that I am not alone and I do have the best help there is! Even though the world and our surroundings may cause trouble; being hid in Christ allows us to be in it but not affected by it. (Col. 3:3) S o single moms let's do something that is completely opposite of our worry some nature! Let go and let God have our hearts and complete trust on today! Love you sis.
Submitted by Brianna C.
Posted February 23rd, 2016 10:12pm
…the garment of praise of praise for the spirit of heaviness…” Isaiah 61:3
As a single mom of two young girls, I’ve walked through many different seasons. One season I walked through was a season of heaviness. In these moments, I encourage you to trade your garment of heaviness for a garment of praise. Whenever I felt completely overwhelmed, God would place someone in my path whose heart’s desire was to have children but were unable to do so. I began praising God for entrusting and blessing me with my children. Remembering that they are His daughters first, and mine second.
Submitted by Precious C.
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