By James Stuart Bell
Motherhood is each woman's maximum God-given gift--and problem. The day-by-day reflections during this exact variation of the bestselling Cup of convenience sequence will motivate and enjoyment you--and assist you locate the power and knowledge try to be the easiest mom you'll be. Being an exceptional mom isn't effortless. yet with A Cup of convenience® Devotional for moms, you should have all you want to aid deepen your religion in God, family members, and the facility of a mother's love--one day at a time.
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The happy glow would fizzle, and I’d walk away feeling my mother spoiled everything. Doubtless, each of those lectures by my mom was deserved. But it would have been nice if she’d timed them better. That’s one of the things I love about the story of Esther. She definitely had something she needed to say, but she paused and prayed, and tackled it in the right timing. It not only matters what we say to our kids, but how and when we say it also matters. —JGL • 56 February 20 Watered by Love “You gave me life and showed me your unfailing love.
Evangeline Beals Gardner • 42 February 6 Don’t Give Up! “So don’t get tired of doing what is good. ” my older, teen stepdaughter screamed. Some days I’m not too crazy about you either, sweetie, I thought. But I bit my tongue. It hadn’t been easy to go from being a childless single to a married stepmom with full-time custody of two girls. ” Over the years I’ve found I’m not alone. Moms often face tough situations, not only with stepkids, but also with their biological kids. When the tough times arrive, it’s easy to want to strike back or to quit.
Each of my kids has strengths in some area where I’m weak. As we work together and serve God together, we’re much more effective than if we try to go it alone. God has created each family to have a perfect fit. —JGL 29 • January 27 Faint-Free “But those who wait on the Lord will find new strength. They will fly high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. ” Isaiah 40:31 • “It’ll be okay, Mom. Don’t worry,” my fourteen-year-old daughter said with a confident smile. “I won’t worry,” I assured, planting a kiss on her head.