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It is God to whom and with whom we travel, and while He is the end of our journey, He is also at every stopping place.
elisabeth elliot
the stopping place of sick kids
Our second bout of colds for the girls in a matter of weeks. At the moment I'm waist deep in Tylenol dosages, humidifier refills and the Nosefrida… and snuggles and Christmas tree-decorating and lots of praying. 
Who is God for me, here
I find He's the inexhaustible God. 
My energy wanes.
Little bodies weaken.
Nonessential tasks fall to the side.
My optimism sometimes withers.
None of these things happen with God. 
He is perfectly and entirely and unrelentingly
overflowing in love
David in Psalm 16 prays, Preserve me, O God, for in you I take refuge. I say to the Lord, “You are my Lord; I have no good apart from you.” 
The Living Bible says, “You are my Lord; I have no other help but yours.”
Isn't that the truth. No help is like God's help. 
He can multiply loaves of bread.
He can produce water where there is none.
He can rain food from the sky.
He can create things with His words.
It's easy to fall into a scarcity mentality when things are hard and when the dying to self seems greater and when loved ones are struggling. 
But in the family of God, in the kingdom of God, we have the option of choosing to operate in an abundance mentality. 
We trust God is who He says He is.
We believe He will do what He says He will do.
And we watch Him sustain, provide and be what we cannot for ourselves.
God is a Source that never runs out and never shies away from you. Resist the temptation to separate yourself from the One who is sufficient for your need by trying to do it alone. He is reaching for you even before you reach for Him.
recent podcast episode:
A Massage Therapist Talks Truth, Distractions and the Presence of God
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