Spent. Exhausted. Brain dead. Wiped. Do any of these adjectives describe the way a day normally leaves you feeling?
You know the feeling I'm referring to... when you have nothing left to give and you wonder how anyone could possibly squeeze an ounce of anything good from you.
It's true for all moms, I think. No matter what season of parenting you're in. In this week's Prov 31 blog hop, we've been asked to share a favorite way to refill and remind ourselves of His great love for us.
Back in April I did a 30 day series on being OK where God has you. One day focused on the fact that we're made for forever. This world and all of its momentary distractions, disappointments and failures are not the end.
When I get to the point of feeling like I have nothing left to give, I have to remind myself of that. I love to refer back to Psalm 63 - and sometimes I may need to read it over and over again - to refresh my perspective and remind myself that He is indeed, more than enough.
The same power that resurrected Christ abides in me. So when I feel powerless and completely inadequate on my own... I am. Only in Christ and by His strength can I keep pressing forward to not allow my drought defeat me!
I really don't want this ol' broken world to be the fulfillment of my wildest dreams! So when it has me feeling spend and drained, I'm only re-energized in knowing that something FAR better awaits!
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