The Johnson House. Whew! I am one tired momma these days! Kennedi and Brooklyn will be one and a half years old this month and to say that they are everywhere, in everything, all the time, is a different way of saying this place has been turned upside down. They are the most adventurous, relentless little girls I have ever seen. They currently enjoy jumping off the couch, climbing anything that they are not supposed to and are convinced that mommy is a jungle gym. They sing, dance and beat box. They learn so many words everyday; my current favorites are, “I love you, pizza, please, coffee & Cinderella.” We just started to have mommy/ daughter devotion time, a time where we learn about a story in the Bible. They may not understand all that I am saying, but I know that these little girls are spounges and everything they see and hear are molding them into who they are and who they will become. What an incredible opportunity and responsibility. I do not pretend to know all the answers or think I am a perfect mommy, but everyday I do my very best and give God full control of their lives. My desire is that they will live this life the way they were meant to live it. My hope is that they will love the Lord all the days of their life. Faith. The bible says that, “Faith is the confidence that what we HOPE for will actually happen.” -Hebrews 11:1 I am confident that every hope and desire I have for these two little world changers will actually happen. I am confident not in myself but in Him who created them and who has given them a purpose and destiny. I am also confident that what God has placed in BJ and my hearts will actually happen. Yes, we have had moments of doubt, but up until this moment, there has never been a promise that God has not fulfilled. God always keeps His promises. Always. Update. Some really exciting things are happening right now and I can not wait to share them with each of you. So many things that BJ and I have prayed, believed and hoped for, are actually happening! Friends, God wants to fulfill the promises in your life. I want to encourage you today to have the confidence that they will actually happen. No matter what it looks like or what it is requiring of you, I promise you, He has not forgotten you. I would love to stand with you in prayer about what you are hoping for, so please, don’t leave this page without leaving me a prayer request or an update about what it happening in your world. I want to hear from you!
Every week I highlight a TRUTH about you, your life, or about a situation you may be facing and then I DARE you to believe it.
Here are this week’s TRUTH or DARE.
TRUTH: “Faith is the confidence that what we hope for will actually happen; it gives us assurance about things we can not see.” Hebrews 11:1
DARE: HOPE for something today and have the confidence that it will actually happen!