we all have those days.

those times when everything gets on our nerves and we’re exhausted in every possible way.

unfortunately, today is one of those days for me.

thankfully, i have such an amazing and supportive husband who is currently at home with our son while i’m at starbucks for some peace & quiet. some time to just sit and do something for myself.

as i sit here and try to cool off from the morning i’ve had, i’m focusing on what’s more important, so i turned to the scriptures.

psalm 94:19 (nlt) “when doubts filled my mind, your comfort gave me renewed hope and cheer.”

we all have moments where we need our hope and cheer renewed. there’s always something to be happy and thankful about. today, i’m thankful for my body; it’s growing another baby & that’s something to be amazed at in itself. i am also thankful for my home- a home my husband and i prayed for and can be used to spread the Lord’s love & joy. those things in themselves renew my cheer.

psalm 91:1-2 (esv) “he who dwells in the shelter of the most high will abide in the shadow of the Almighty. i will say to the Lord, “my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom i trust.””

i grew up and had written in my Bible, “my mom says to read this everyday” next to psalm 91. it is filled with an insurmountable amount of peace and hope. the language used is so beautiful. to dwell. to dwell means to live in. if we’re going to live in the Lord’s shelter, that in itself should bring us peace. today might bring about some rough moments, but we get to live under the Lord’s shelter. how incredible. my husband is so good at having an eternal mindset and scriptures like this remind me how important that truly is.

it can be so easy to get stuck and caught up in the days that are hard and seem like they’ll never end. but in the end, what matters is eternity with our Father.

no one can do it all on their own. it’s okay to ask for help. it’s okay to not be okay. just don’t stay in that feeling. tomorrow is a new day. joy comes in the morning.

tia marie

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