Thank goodness you’re not doing this alone!

Happy Wednesday mamas!

Like many of you, my weeks consist therapy appointments, battles with the insurance companies and trying to conquer that ever growing to do list. We work so hard to advocate for our special kiddos and yet try to maintain some kind of sanity in the midst of it all. Its completely exhausting.

There are many nights when I crawl into bed feeling so drained and I wonder how in the world am I going to wake up tomorrow and do this all over again. I don’t think I can bear any more surprises or add one more thing to my to do list. Then I wake up to find the the KLOVE encouraging word in my inbox,

Isaiah 40:28 – 31

Have you never heard? Have you never understood?

The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of all the earth.

He never grows weak or weary. 

Did you read that?! He NEVER grows weak or weary!

No one can measure the depths of his understanding.

He gives power to the weak and strength to the powerless.

The creator of the universe wants to give YOU his power and strength!

Even youths will become weak and tired, and young men will fall in exhaustion.

But those who trust in the Lord will find new strength.

They will soar high on wings like eagles.

They will run and not grow weary.

They will walk and not faint.

He hears me through the exhausted cries at the end of a long day and when I wait on hold with the insurance company and I ask to not let my frustration get the better of me. He gives me the strength to get through every day without losing faith in the plans He has for my family and especially for my sweet Jameson. Don’t be afraid  to ask Him for strength, for wisdom when faced with challenging situations or when you feel too tired to even make it until your kids bedtime.

Reading this verse today reminded me of the unexpected ways I hear His word and gain renewed hope.

Psalms 25: 5

“Lead me by Your truth and teach me

For You are the God that saves me

All day long I put my hope in You

My prayer is for you to feel His strength and power today and in this season of your life. Please know that the leaders of (in)able and (in)cluded are here to pray for you and support you. Reach out at anytime online through Facebook or here on the blog!

Praying for you today and every day precious mamas

Megan

((you can find Megan at her blog, Our Journey on the Spectrum))

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Wife to Brandon PhD smarty pants, Mama to Jameson 3 with an autism diagnosis and Grayson 11 months old. Megan is an art teacher that also loves coffee with her cream and a splash of vanilla.