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How completely adorable is that photo? How great is our God.Blessings,~Toni~
I love to think of resting in the arms of our Father and knowing that he, just as a mother of cubs would fight to keep me safe no matter what!
Great picture - one that moms would appreciated.
proverbs 29:25 is one of my favorite verses. how much FREEDOM is found in this thought - releasing ourselves from the snare of fearing man. i want to live in that place of freedom. i think of that verse, and of galatians 1:10 - "am i now trying to win the approval of man? if i were, i would no longer be a slave to Christ!" it seems like - sometimes that verse is most difficult when applied to parents. fearful of what they will think, of what they will say, of what will happen to the relationship. if you do what God is asking you to do, if you do what spiritual counsel is asking you to do - what if your parents are angry?
oh my, i'm sorry that turned into a tangential comment.
What a wonderful site!
Erin,Don't be sorry, that's where you are right now and it's completely understandable. That is a very big issue for all of us at some point in our lives, especially as women. I think that obeying God first even applies with parents, and God will bless you for it. Especially when you still honor your parents and are respectful even when you disagree with them.
The Lion Of The Tribe Of Judah---no better arms of protection and safety can be found!
First of all--what an awesome picture. And I like your encouraging Scripture passages with it.Blessings to you and yours.
Get a load of those pawls! Wooh! I love it. Makes me feel safe recalling that He is the Lion of Judah and my Defender. Thank you for the reminder
Totally agree...what a great verse!Don't mess with my cubs...that's what my mom always says!
I LOVE THIS! And I love the beautiful picture of your family on the side!What a precious baby girl! It makes me yearn for our Lydia...but the wait is long and I must trust in the One who orchestrates all things for His glory and my good...right? I keep reminding myself of what I already know! : )Kim
Emmie said it exactly! ;)
:) love it! and love you... and from one mama bear to another -- AMEN! shalom to you my friend.
PS and thanks for the reminder...very applicable to what my heart is wrestling with today!! how do you do that friend?
And that is how I feel about my kids :)Sandy
What a sweet pic! It is so curious how becoming a mother instantly make you be so protective over these little ones, huh? ; )
i love that pic and the thought!
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