#COMHprayersForMychild2022 “I pray that they may ‘grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ'” 2 Peter 3:18
Since I posted last, I have been in the ER two more times due to complications from having Covid since the last two weeks of 2021. I ended the year with it and began the year with it…. but GOD!
I will be sharing more about my time in the hospital and ER visits after I reflect more on it on both this media outlet and TLC Squared Ministries. But I felt like this experience has catapulted me even further in to the next phase of my ministry to families, especially moms who are dealing with sudden illness and homeschooling. It’s a lot to do, but with support of church family, close friends and even the child you are praying for, it’s not impossible and even victorious and beautiful in the midst of the pain and mess of life.
I will continue to “do good” in the midst of my pain because that is what the Lord is the right thing to do. In the same way when you or I don’t feel like praying for our children because we don’t “feel” well emotionally or physically, as born-again Christians or not, we MUST fight for our children and family through prayer and not let our circumstances dictate the possibility that whatever we are going through WILL come to pass, everything does. BUT, you must reach out for help. Otherwise, you will try to do it all yourself and loose hope or possibly more.
I want to highlight two of my girls in these pictures to show how much they have been stepping up to the plate, literally.
They have been especially helpful because they have a little more experience cooking, cleaning and now driving. They’ve been little angels running errands and making meals even though they both work, one is full time and the middle one works for our estate sales business part time.
Yup! I still get to be involved in working on the computer doing HR and office support for my husband and our team of awesome employees. If I don’t do that then we won’t be able to support the family for very long. No sale, no income. Sad truth, but God is in the midst of it and we’ll make it through somehow.
My body might not be well, by my spirit is high thanks to my personal time with Jesus in the early morning AFTER I take my new medicine to keep my “Covid lung” clots and also the ones in my legs.
I’ll leave you with this verse I’ve been clinging to in this season of life:
“So, we must not get tired of ‘doing good’, for we will reap at the proper time if we don’t give up. Therefore, as we have opportunity, we must work for the good of all, especially for those who belong to the household of faith.” Galatians 6:9-10
Moms, your prayers and your actions of true love towards your child will come to fruition IF you do not give up and ask for support. Keep sowing and as I said in the last post;
“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you read, but by the seeds you plant.” – Robert Louis Stephenson.