Daily Waves That Give Me Jesus


On my last blog post, I shared part of the context in which God has made me think about a theology of suffering as it pertains to motherhood. I shared about a big wave God used to grow my fearlessness as I found, to my profound delight, that my sufficiency was outside of myself (1 Pet. 3:1–6).” [1] Today I want to share about smaller, daily waves the Lord allows in my life that both threaten and build my joy in God.
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A Big Wave–Battling Post Partum Depression

Today is the second day in a 31 day writing challenge. The topic for my series is about learning to embrace in motherhood the waves that throw us against Jesus, our Rock. Sometimes we face big waves; sometimes we experience small waves. They are all meant to accomplish something glorious in our lives. Before I expound on these truths more specifically, I want to tell a little bit of my story so you can have context for what I will share later about God’s dealings with me and how he has sharpened what I functionally believe about Him, His world and His Word.
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