When the clouds roll in

Have you been experiencing the cloud of doom more times than you would like in your life? Does it seem that the clouds get heavier and heavier until they engulf you and you don’t know how to make them go away?

When the Lord showed me to write this book, I sat down and all of the information just flowed.  These are all issues that I have dealt with in my past. Things that have held me back from the goodness that He has given to me.  Once I started “opening my eyes” and being set free from the things that have weighed me down, then life changed.  Things got stirred up and all of the years of bitterness, anger, stress, not feeling good enough, not going anywhere, were slowly being lifted and I was a new person.

God  wants to use us as moms, wives, and women who will move forward and operate with Him as the center of our lives.  We have so many great things to accomplish but if we are all not doing our part and what God has for us, then we are missing out. Don’t just think that you are not good enough or that you are too busy as a mom of little ones.  God has such a great plan and expectation for your life, but we have to WANT to have it, to enjoy it!

It covers four areas that can be huge stumbling blocks in life:

  • Unforgiveness
  • The need to control
  • Taking offense
  • Devaluing ourselves

Where do you begin???  How can you let go of past abuse from someone, whom you don’t want to forgive?  What do you do when you live with an unsaved spouse and you feel like if you allow things your family will be destroyed?   How about the years of guilt from holding onto things from your past that you just can’t seem to get over?  What about the roots of bitterness that have grown in your marriage that you just can’t seem to cut loose from?


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