Finding Peace in the Midst of the Storms in Your Motherhood

The water started to come up to my ankles and the boat I was in was struggling to stay afloat. Slowly I began sinking deeper and deeper into the murky waters. A mixture of sweat and tears poured from my face as I fought to hold it all together. The storm swirling around me, crashing into my boat brought a great deal of pain and anxiety to the overwhelming waves crashing into me, pushing me into directions I didn’t want to go.

Heavy with despair I cried out from the mess I was in and reached out to the Lord, only then realizing he was in the boat with me all along. The storm was a rough one but I had been making it worse by trying to control it with my own strength and by taking my eyes off of Jesus. I let the world distract me from my power source and let the lie that I was in control, run my heart.

“And he awoke and rebuked the wind and said to the sea,

“Peace! Be still!” And the wind ceased, and there was a great calm.” Mark 4:39

Although I have never been in a sinking boat situation literally, figuratively speaking, motherhood has left me feeling overwhelmed by the storms and rough seas that it can bring. I have read Mark 4:39 plenty of times but recently as I read over this verse, I had a visual of myself in a boat and sinking from the heavy weight of the storms in my life.

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