Monday, October 13, 2008

miracle monday

i know everyone is scared about the economy. people are having a tough time getting loans, losing money in the market, paying an arm and a leg for gas...and well, i think many are afraid for their jobs.

not exactly the best time to be a car salesman. (like my hubby)

he's been having a tough time the passed few months. he "sold" many cars, only to find out the people couldn't get financed.


and here i am, staying home with our kids. i was feeling pretty low, not helping him out much on the financial front.

so i said a few prayers...
one for thanksgiving. how could i not thank him for our health, the fact my husband has a job, our kids and our families.
one was for direction. how could i help my husband? how can i help take some of the burden from him? the man makes himself sick with worry, how can i help?

this month, God sent me another little one to watch over while his parents are at work.

and the possibility of one more a couple of days a week.

i was worried that i might be taking a little more than i can handle. with caring for my own kids, and the 2 little ones i already watch during the day, but He quieted my mind. He sent them into my life, for me to help their families. if they weren't meant to be here, their parents would not have chosen me to watch them.

i can handle this.

please check out Beth at http://beth-amomslife.blogspot.com/2008/10/miracle-monday_13.html for more miracles!

6 comments:

Beth (A Mom's Life) said...

What a great post! I love how your first prayer was to thank God for everything you have and then to ask him for guidance on how to help your husband.

And I know you can do it! Because you are right...God sent you these kids and he never gives us more than we can handle!

I'll be praying for you!

Debra said...

Praise the Lord! What a beautiful post!! I love your sweet, thankful heart.

Blessings to you today!

Earthmama said...

That is wonderful!!

Denise said...

So awesome.

RazorFamilyFarms.com said...

Such a lovely post!

I too worry about the burden on my husband and how I can help him. It's a constant concern for me.

Blessings to you,
Lacy

Known as Alicia said...

That is great! I pray He gives you the strength to keep up with the little ones! Have a great week!