8 Encouraging Posts From Other Bloggers

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For awhile now I have had a Pinterest board of posts that really stood out to me personally or encouraged me. Awhile back I decided to share some of those with you, and I had so many people who enjoyed it and asked me to do it on a regular basis. I agreed, and so here are 8 more that have moved me, convicted me, made me think and more!



8 Posts From Other Bloggers:

habits1. The 5 Habits of the Girl Who Won’t Give Up
“Her feet are firmly positioned into the day’s tasks. While quitting may seem like an option she refuses to become someone others or God can’t count on. Her heart understands that she must be found faithful in the small steps to be trusted with the big steps.”


confidence2. Confidence
“Perhaps one reason we may feel stuck, unable to leap by faith, in our relationship with God is because we have yet to be convinced that He is really, truly good. Because of this, the relationship can become stagnant, not because God has changed, but because the things we believe are holding us back. We must sift through these fears and (un)beliefs so that the fearful truth we are living can become His Truth that sets us free.”

peace3. Sleep Series: Peace
“When I started this series, I set out to conquer sleep deprivation and instead came upon peace, which, prior to now, was a concept that completely eluded me. I thought of it in a grand sense of harmony and balance, but never understood how to achieve it on a personal level. I’m realizing that peace in its purest sense is a reflection of our relationship with the Father, and, as a dear friend told me recently, we must simply surrender and embrace it.”

misconceptions4. Misconceptions of a Godly Woman
And so, if I could teach a class on christian womanhood – and if all of you reading were my exceptionally lovely students! – I would tell you that the most breathtaking picture of ‘christian womanhood’ is not merely sweet, modest, well-spoken, domestic goddesses, but the woman who’s strength and unshakeable faith lifts up all those around her despite the circumstance or ‘winter’ she has found herself in. (Prov. 31:21)”

playtime5. Why I Schedule Playtime With my Kids
“Spending time with my kiddos, and showing them love in a way they understand (a.k.a. playtime) is so much more important than any of the items on my never ending to-do list. Yes, I need to clean the house. Sure, dinner needs to be made and we all need clean clothes to wear. My writing needs to get done and the floor must be vacuumed at some point, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have time to play.”

let him love you6. Let Your Husband Love You
“He does think you’re pretty. He wouldn’t lie to you. He doesn’t need to say those things. But when he walks in the door and the first thing he sees is the love of his life, don’t convince yourself that he’s thinking about anything other than how absolutely beautiful you are. Cause guys are weird. Once they fall in love with you, there’s nothing you can wear, no amount of weight you can gain, and no lack of make up that will make them see you any differently. You are their love, their bride, and after he’s been at work all day, you are a sight for sore eyes.”

Before You Were Mommy7. To Wives: Before You Were Mommmy
“Remember each other. Remember the two that made the family. Let the Lord lead you both together. Because when the days are endless and the hours short, it will only be His love who keeps you together. It will only be His mercy that gently guides your hearts as one. Hold tightly to one another, and even more tightly to the Lord. There is no greater adventure for you to experience and no greater gift than to walk through parenthood with your best friend.  You are a team. Every single day.

Encouragement8. What You Need to Know for the Highs and Lows
“God’s affection for us is the same at the highest and lowest moments of our lives. The heights of success and the depths of despair cannot separate us from him. His love is the one constant we can count on no matter what.”


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