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Monday, November 15, 2010

A Woman After God's Own Heart

I am so excited to be diving into a new book with my woman's Bible study. We have chosen A Woman After God's Own Heart by Elizabeth George. This wasn't even my first choice but as I browse through it and begin to look at the message I realize that this is exactly the book I need to be reading in this moment and time. It deals with the topic of priorities starting with God and moving through husband, children, our homes and our ministry. This is an area where I have been really convicted lately. I feel like I am not being a good steward of the time God has given me, especially when it comes to home and family.

I was just doing a devotional last night that touched on Proverbs 31:27 "She watches over the affairs of her household and does not eat of the bread of idleness." This is something that I need to be praying on daily. Not only does it remind me that I am in charge of the presentation of our home, but that watching over the affairs of my household includes being aware of the needs of my family members. I am lucky that I am able to stay home to raise my children and meet my husband when he walks in the front door. I want to treat that job with the respect it deserves and give it my all. I can honestly say I am not doing that at this point.

I look forward to sharing more with you as I get into this book as I know that God is going to use it in powerful ways to speak to where I am at in life right now. I love that He is patient with us as we grow into the women of God He has designed us to be. I know that this will be a life long transformation and I pray that I will continue to do it with an open heart and that God makes me transparent so that in the areas I stumble He can be glorified.

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  1. Wow, I think I need to find a copy of this. I feel like it is so hard to divide myself in so many ways. I also think that I am lucky to be able to be home with my kids and greet my hubby at the door at the end of the day. I know I owe it all to Him but, don;t always remember to thank him..... I am getting ready to plan Karis' baptism and find myself needing to spend more time thanking him for all that I have. You always remind me to be thankful....I am thankful for YOU. :)

  2. Aw, thanks Tonia:) We are doing Isaiah's dedication this weekend! Actually, all 3 boys since we weren't attending a church when the first two were born.


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