I believe our God..no not believe..KNOW..our God is a God of providence's.
This week has been a week of nonstop glory to Him.
My husband has been officially,completely..ABSOLUTELY off of Bupropion
for over a week now.
The beginnings were rough but my prayers were steady.
I knew God would pull us through this..that this was what God wanted to happen.
Then Josiah was born. Our little miracle..one of Gods divine providence's.
Once Seth held him in his arms, tears flowed for our little son.
Months and months of waiting, and finally he got to see the little face and little hands that were a part of him.
The blessing from our Father..
It has been Josiah and then also incredible friends that have pulled Seth through the darkest hours, that now he is free of the medication.
Im not done yet, though.
When we came home from the hospital monday, Seth went to work Tues and Weds with his new LE trainer, who was relocated from up north.
He also had an incredible testimony to share of Gods glory.
He also had struggled with depression and CONQUERED!
Is that not amazing that right when my husband is now having to start to learn the new walk of no meds, God places in his life someone who has already been through it.
Someone his own age, with a young child and wife(that I am eager to meet!) who share the same type testimony as we do, placed into our lives right when we needed it the most.
Is God a God of divine providence?
To hear of your story and see your comment this morning, brought tears to my eyes.
All day yesterday, as I went about my day, cleaning,taking care of Josiah,cooking...I kept thinking of you. I kept thinking of our conversation and thinking how blessed I am truly of all these mundane things I had been doing that day.
What fun is cleaning? But it means I am ALIVE another day and with my children another day.
The dirty clothes in the hamper is theirs..and it means they are ALIVE today..and what a blessing that is.
We just dont know what an incredible gift we are given in each day of LIFE.
We plan and plan for future events..but honestly, each day is a gift.
Let me tell you something. Dont put off what you can do today, for tomorrow.
Dont put God off another day, telling yourself, when I get older, I will straighten up..I will make it right.
You may not be given tomorrow.
I may not be given tomorrow...
Its what I can do TODAY for CHRIST that is important.
Thank you GOD for answering prayers this week!!!
Thank you God for watching over us as You do..
Im ready to come HOME and be with You..
Lets get the work done, so that God can come and bring us home!!