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Rediscovering Our Sense Of Pride In Our Children

We tell our children that we are proud of them when they have accomplished something. Our children’s accomplishments are significant, but we should also recognize them for who they are. The things our children have done, completed, achieved, or produced make us proud of them. As a result of what they haven’t done, we feel…

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When Marriage Becomes an Idol

Then said he unto him, A certain man made a great supper, and bade many: And sent his servant at supper time to say to them that were bidden, Come; for all things are now ready. And they all with one consent began to make excuse. The first said unto him, I have bought a piece of ground, and…

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Priorities

Sometimes, I feel like the little ones are getting in the way of my academic and career goals. I must not forget that family is more important than my academics and career. If I resent caring for my family because of my academics or career, it will reflect and affect my family life. I must…

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Not Giving Offense

Over the past few days, we focused on not taking offense. Today, we will focus on not giving offense. When an offensive comment or action is produced in a situation, one person takes offense, and the other gives offense. Living unoffendable also involves us not giving offense as well. 2 Corinthians 6:3-4 (KJV) says, “Giving…

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Beauty For (And From) Ashes

As we round out the last few days of National Infant Mortality Awareness Month, I want to share a story that has impacted me since I first heard it almost five years ago. Trigger warning: Although this story begins with sadness, it is a beautiful, present-day example of how beauty can come from ashes. ———…

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Offense: Lessons from Paul’s Life 2

And have hope toward God, which they themselves also allow, that there shall be a resurrection of the dead, both of the just and unjust. And herein do I exercise myself, to have always a conscience void of offence toward God, and toward men. Acts 24: 15-16 (kJV) In Acts 24:15-16, paul reveals three keys to mastering…

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Offense: Lessons from Paul’s Life

The actions of loved ones, church folks, and unbelievers can leave us feeling offended. When offense lingers long enough, it leads to unforgiveness, bitterness, and a legion of negative emotions and sin. These things are unhealthy for our spiritual, physical, and emotional well-being. Most notably, they hinder our prayers. Mark 11:25 (KJV) says, “And when…

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1st YouVersion Partnership Anniversary

In 2020, God opened up a door of partnership with YouVersion, the Bible App. Since then, I have made it a goal to write one or two devotionals/reading plans monthly. Other members of the Christian Mommas team have also freely contributed devotionals. Together, we have written 25 devotionals/reading plans to encourage our brothers and sisters…

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Master Your Thoughts

Offense is a negative emotion that stems from being dishonored, disrespected, or mistreated. We feel offended because of what we think about the actions of others. Consequently, our thoughts are responsible for the negative feeling of offense. While we cannot always control people’s actions, we can learn how to control our response (mentally and emotionally)…

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Dealing with Offense

Some of us lash out in anger, internalize negative emotions, or become bitter when dealing with an offense. All of these coping methods or reactions to offense are damaging, and they can cause a myriad of issues that have lasting effects on our life. Our kids are constantly learning from how we face challenges, lead, persevere,…

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Celebrating the Grandparents

Last Sunday was Grandparent’s Day, and I am here to play catch-up. Godly Grandparents are a blessing to every family. I admire their wisdom, patience, and love. Today and everyday, I celebrate the little ones’ grandparents. When parents honor grandparents, they cultivate a transgenerational culture of honor. Exodus 20:12 (KJV) Honour thy father and thy…

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Teething Reflections

The past few days have been uncomfortable for the little one, due to teething. Today, I realized I have not prayed for strength for him navigate this period. I prayed as soon as it came to mind and I am glad I serve a God I can talk to about my child’s teething experience. Trust…

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God is the Ultimate Encourager

One of the gifts that God has given me is a gift of exhortation. I enjoy encouraging people from all walks of life. As I have continually used my gift, I have found that when I face difficult times, when I have needed a lot of encouragement, God has become the ULTIMATE ENCOURAGER. No one…

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Preterm Births and Infant Loss

September is Infant Mortality Awareness Month. Infant mortality is the death of a child before the first birthday or first year of life. Premature birth is one of the leading causes of Infant Mortality. Whenever you see a preemie, know that you are seeing a miracle. While I have read scholarly articles to educate myself…

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9/11 Have We Forgotten?

Deuteronomy 8:11 (NLT) But that is the time to be careful! Beware that in your plenty you do not forget the LORD your God and disobey his commands, regulations, and decrees that I am giving you today. This year, it is more evident that many have forgotten. While grieving the state of the United States,…

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