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Welcome to the Be Fully Persuaded series! It has been several weeks since I’ve posted because I dedicated the entire month of April to Autism Awareness. I have had several prayers answered in unexpected ways since I last posted, so I am going to share some things that have happened that have reminded me that God is the master of the impossible. Join me and be fully persuaded!
Yet he did not waver through unbelief regarding the promise of God, but was strengthened in his faith and gave glory to God, being fully persuaded that God had power to do what he had promised.
Romans 4:20-21 (NIV)
The Impossible is Possible
I have had several things happen recently that have reminded me that God is the God of the impossible.
- Receiving full sponsorship to Teach Them Diligently Convention. I was invited to speak, but I had no idea how to pay for my travel expenses. God made a way through a partnership with a company I’ll share more about soon.
- Being able to get something repaired that has been out of commission for a while. This repair was for an item that is a luxury, not a necessity. I had given up, and then God made a way.
- Seeing my dream of publication come true with yesterday’s launch of iBlog. Working on the chapter I wrote and the ones I contributed to was a lot of work, but I’m so glad I pushed through. It was worth it!
- Receiving funds to attend #AWBU13. I went in 2011 but couldn’t get money together to go last year. I’m excited to go back and connect with other women bloggers in my state!
- Hearing Princess Roo tell me, unprompted, that she loves me. This, by the way, trumps everything else!
There have been more, but these have really surprised me. God has blessed me by showing me His love in so many ways during the past month.
How has God shown His love to you recently?
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- Planning Homeschool for the Struggling Learner
- Multisensory Homeschooling for Children with Special Needs
- Be Fully Persuaded: Pursuing His Purpose
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- 10 Ways to Bless a Family with Children with Special Needs
- I Can’t Homeschool Because My Child Has Special Needs
- Autism is . . . Hope
I’m speaking in the Special Needs Track at Teach Them Diligently in Nashville, Tennessee, in two weeks. I would love to see you there!
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