Forever

Forever bound to Wills. 

Forever grateful to God. 
Forever humbled to be used. 
Forever doing a heart happy dance to be God’s steward. 
Forever sweetly loved by my Creator. 
Forever asking God to rid me of pride.
Forever expecting good things from His big hand. 
Forever eating cupcakes. 
Forever praying I’m like the servant who doubles his money. 
Forever wondering what Heaven looks like. 
Forever rainbow hunting. 
Forever texting my friend asking her how she has the sweetest grief. 
Forever not shutting up about the glory here.
Forever smelling Wills’ blankets. 
Forever stalking the Baptist NICU. 
Forever not washing a certain tank top.
Forever trusting God like never before. 
Forever marinating in God’s Spirit. 
Forever reading and relearning the definition of marvelous.
Forever counting miracles. 
Forever flipping through Wills’ pictures. 
Forever being needy for God to carry me. 
Forever contemplating how we did this story. 
Forever lingering with Fenley. 
Forever pushing the pause button. 
Forever weepy and sappy. 
Forever nostalgic. 
Forever treasuring 15 days. 
Forever journaling. 
Forever giddy at being Gods child.
Forever thankful for Jesus and His blood and His promises and His provision and His call to the harvest…

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2 thoughts on “Forever

  1. The darkness felt like it was settling in. The feeling that I'm not doing enough, giving enough and I looked up to Him for His sunlight. He brought me to your words. Our daughter went Home on the week I would have been 6 months pregnant 6 years ago. Since then Jesus lit a fire in my heart to give, give, give until He fills me up again. Jesus gave us two more babies since I lost part of my heart. At the end of the day I am exhausted and don't know how to give more. But He shows me where, to whom and when. He will show you too. I don't know you but I do love you.

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  2. Beautiful words and thoughts. Thank you so much for sharing your heart with me and for the encouragement – from one mom who knows earthly loss and heavenly promise to another. Means a lot that you reached out to me. Merry Christmas 🙂

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