Storms and Sparrows ~ Grace and Truth Week 20

Summer break has arrived and we are ecstatic!  We celebrated the last day of school yesterday with a squirtgun fight when the kiddos got home, and boy was that water cold.It was worth getting soaked to see them enjoy celebrating, though. :)

In addition to the first day of summer break (for us anyways), it’s also time for Grace and Truth!  Can you believe it’s our 20th week already?

Last week I noticed a common theme among many of the posts I read – trials in life and how we deal with them. So, I have two features for you today, although they were all good reads.

Lisa Murray shares about a wounded bird and what it taught her about being trapped.

“No matter what place you are in today, no matter what painful season holds you in its uncomfortable and tortured grasp, there are three things you can do to embrace healing in the middle of your pain.”

Click the picture below to stop by and read Lisa’s wise words on the tough seasons of life.

Johanna from Devoted to Maker compares trials to tidal waves that just keep coming.  She pinpoints a variety of waves in life – some I hadn’t even thought of.

“Are you barely treading water only to take a quick breath before another trial pulls you under? Have you been pleading with the Lord to help you overcome the trials so you won’t completely drown? “

Click the picture below to read the rest of Johanna’s encouraging words for surviving those waves.

Whether you find yourself just exiting a storm, right in the midst of one, or just about to enter one, keep in mind that “His eye is on the Sparrow.”

He watches you and me.

Jen :)

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Is It Summer Break Yet?? ~ Grace and Truth Week 19

Summer break is just around the corner!  In the meantime, join us here for the encouragement to finish the school year well.

Hello, faithful readers! It’s Friday again, and you know what that means – time for the Grace and Truth Christian Living link-up. If you are a reader, feel free to browse for some encouraging words. If you are a blogger, consider linking your most recent Christian Living post and visit a few others. Let’s encourage one another in our blogging journeys!

I don’t have a feature this week, but I’d love to hear from you all what you are learning in your faith life right now. Feel free to leave a comment and tell me all about it.

Lately my one word for the year – persevere – has taken on new meaning as our family schedule has filled to overflowing. Typically during high stress times like this, I tend to push through until I experience a breakdown. This year, I’m trying to let go of what I cannot control, take better care of myself (mostly, haha), and lean on the Lord for the grace to finish the school year well.

His grace is sufficient, yes?

So can we just celebrate that summer break is almost here?!!  Our family is just one week away from a more flexible schedule and extra family time, woot! :) In the meantime, let’s lean on Jesus a little harder as we navigate the end-of-the-school-year craziness.

Almost there!

Jen :)

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On Raising Daughters: Beauty Queen or Brainiac?

“Please, Mommy, please!” She begged with round eyes and crinkled nose.  Her most fervent desire? To sign up for the local beauty pageant and wear a fancy dress.

It’s one aspect of mothering a daughter that I never anticipated….as a mother of mostly boys.

It’s true that daughters are different, and therefore, we worry about different things – teaching modesty and authenticity, teaching beauty that comes from within, teaching God-derived confidence and mothering skills, and a million other things I might never have considered teaching specifically to our boys.

It’s also true that one can find all sorts of conflicting advice about what is best for little girls.

Let them be princesses!

No, let them be tom-boys!  

Teach them the joy of femininity!

No, teach them to seek equality!  

We all want to raise strong daughters, but what does that really mean? Should we teach them the strength of femininity or of brain power?  Should we teach them to be princesses or tomboys?  Mothers everywhere tend to disagree on this issue. Perhaps the answer is less complicated than we have been led to believe!  Beauty Queen or Brainiac from Being Confident of This

 

When so many different opinions exist, how can we know the best advice to follow?  Which way is right?

Should we let our little girl participate in the beauty pageant or not?

 Join me over at Kaylene Yoder’s place as I share about what kind of daughters we should be raising and how to love our daughters best!

Meet you there!

Jen :)

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Through My Grace-Colored Glasses

Last night I had a little run-in with Perfectionism again.  He just won’t leave me alone. He follows me wherever I go, pointing out flaws in my house-keeping, my parenting, my marriage relationship, even my walk with the Lord.

Some days I can ignore him and others I just can’t seem to escape. And I know it’s Perfectionism and not the Holy Spirit because of his voice.  He whispers lies to me: “you’ll never change” or “you’re never going to be good enough” or “why even bother anymore.”

I’ve been enslaved by his words before, but last night was different.

You see, my husband and I stayed up much too late because we were arguing about a financial issue.

I felt angry and disappointed and fearful.  The familiar panic of how can I possibly do right in this situation and still get my point across welled up within me, and I knew a battle was swiftly approaching.

I know some of you are chuckling right now, and rightfully so!

It’s the quandary every woman who ever lived on the face of Earth deals with: to obey the Lord and demonstrate respect for my husband or to take control and make my voice heard?

God’s way or my way?

When it comes to submitting to and respecting my husband, I so often feel like Paul in Romans chapter 7. I know what I want to do, what I should do, yet I feel powerless to actually do it.

I’ve believed so many lies for so long.  

I fail frequently.

But the Lord is faithful, and I’m learning to trust His promises to carry that work in me, in my marriage, until completion in the day of Christ (Phil. 1:6).

 

Later on after our apologies were spoken and we both felt at peace, we finally turned out the lights in hopes for at least a few hours of sleep.

And that’s when it happened.  

Have you ever felt stalked by perfectionism or trapped by failure? "Last night I had a little run-in with Perfectionism again.  He just won’t leave me alone. He follows me wherever I go, pointing out flaws in my house-keeping, my parenting, my marriage relationship, even my walk with the Lord." Through My Grace-colored Glasses

In the stillness of the dark, my husband’s voice broke through Perfectionism’s insidious whispers, “Thank you for being so calm and patient with me tonight.”

Stunned, my disbelieving heart rejected his kind words and earlier tears returned in full force.

“But I wasn’t patient!” I agonized. “I was so angry and so disappointed and I struggled, I really struggled, not to say mean and hateful things.” The weight of my own sin and failure hung about my neck.

My husband’s reply was quiet, yet firm, “Babe, even though you were angry, you were patient with me. You didn’t bite my head off. You maintained control. You gave me space and that helped me.”

At that moment, the truth of his words broke through Perfectionism’s grasp.  No, I didn’t handle the situation as well as I would have liked; I wasn’t perfect.  Yes, there was definitely room for improvement.

Nevertheless, his words rang true. What normally would have developed into a full-fledged, hours-long fight was briefly resolved.  By the grace of God and the power of the Holy Spirit, I realized that we were definitely making progress.

That’s when I saw Perfectionism for what he was – one part self, one part Satan.  

Self was prideful, Satan was deceitful, and the combination of the two brought me chains of defeat that I no longer wish to carry.

In Perfectionism’s chains, I so often measure in black and white, success or failure, perfect or imperfect.

Praise the Lord that my Redeemer is teaching me to put on my Grace-colored glasses and see the shades of success, to celebrate even the smallest steps of progress, to proclaim every small victory because of His work in me, in us.

Stuck in the rut of perfectionism? Here's what you need to know! How an argument with my husband led to my very own pair of grace-colored glasses.

I hope I never forget that moment.  My husband spoke freeing words to me last night, and the Holy Spirit confirmed them within me.

Daughter, you are the good that you so desperately want to be, not because your efforts are so grand and your reach so high, but because you are walking a path of progress, trusting in the promise of redemption.  I never asked you to be perfect, just willing. At the same time, daughter, you are perfect, not in yourself, but in my Son because He already carried these burdens with Him and nailed them to the cross.  They died and were buried with Him.  But you daughter, you rose with Him in perfection, a new creation, beautiful to behold, born of His glory.  And now you no longer live as a slave in Romans 7, but in Romans 8 as more than a conqueror, confident in the promise that you will never be separated from His love!

2 Corinthians 5:17 proclaims, “Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold new things have come. (NASB)”

I don’t think I’ll ever cease to be overwhelmed by such truths, such promises, such magnificent grace.  In the midst of my sorrow and my shame, my Savior showed up and handed me a pair of Grace-colored glasses.

Perfectionism, you’re no longer welcome here.

I’m embracing my work-in-progress status

and the grace that has already set me free!

Jen :)

Is there an area of your life where you need to embrace your work-in-progress status rather than the “failure” label that the Enemy would have you believe?  Why not share it here in the comments and we can pray for one another!

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All We Like Sheep ~ Grace and Truth Week 18

It’s Friday, Friday, Friday! Do you ever do a little happy dance when Friday rolls around?  Please say I’m not the only one… :)

One of the best parts of my Fridays is being able to participate in this amazing link-up for Christian bloggers who write about Christian Living. Each week I have the privilege of reading through some of your posts. Some weeks I find the encouragement I need and others I find the conviction I need.

We spur one another on in the faith race here, and I want you all to know how much I appreciate that!

This week I’d like to point you in the direction of Lois from Live Nourished. Lois shared an insightful post on how we are like sheep – and not the cute and cuddly kind you might be thinking of.  She also included a sweet printable to help us remember to “Fear not!” Click the picture below to pay her a visit and send some encouragement her way, will you? :)

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Remember this week – fear not!

Jen :)

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Honesty in Tough Times ~ Grace and Truth Week 17

Happy Friday, friends!  I’m going to hop right to business this week since our schedule is still so crazy.  My mantra this week is “make it to Sunday.” :)

My feature for this week is Michele of Family, Faith and Fridays. Michele wrote such an honest piece about her struggles as a military wife. Even though I’m not a military wife, I can relate to so much of what she shared. I’m sure you can relate, too.

Have you had to ask the Lord to change your heart lately? I know I have! Be sure to click the image below to visit Michele and read her story. :)


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Grace and Truth is Back ~ Week 16

Last week life got in the way and I wasn’t able to post the Grace and Truth Friday link-up. So, I’m happy to say that this week Grace and Truth is Back!

It’s been a tough few weeks here at our house – tough parenting issues, tough marriage issues, tough body issues, tough scheduling issues – you know the kind of week I’m talking about I’m sure. :)

So pray for us, will you?  We could use some extra encouragement and joy and laughter around here.  We could use some prayer coverage for the spiritual warfare going on around us. We could use a few easy days.  And I’m learning not to be too proud to ask for that help!

The one good thing about the past week is the beauty that exploded into life in our backyard.  It’s been a daily reminder of God’s goodness to us, especially in this fascinating world He created for us!

white blossoms Grace and Truth, Spring blossoms, Beautiful creation

 

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We can all use a good reminder from time to time about who we are in Christ. I keep coming back to that truth, the truth that He loves me even still, that He rejoices over me, that He chooses me.  He chooses you, too, my sisters in Christ! Let’s not forget the truth that is His perfect love!

If you’re struggling a bit this week, won’t you share with us in the comments? Let’s rally around each other in prayer support. Let’s share each other’s burdens. Let’s see the Lord glorified right here in this online midst! :)

I look forward to hearing from you this week.

Jen :)

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