11 June 2014

June Sponsor | Me with The Three

Founders Note: Today on the blog we have Meg from Me with the Three. Meg's blog is all about her life with her husband and her three boys, I always love reading her posts. I met Meg through blogging, and she has been a awesome encourager, and always willing to give advice if I need it. Today she is sharing a little bit about her blog and some encouraging words on Trusting in God.

Hi! I'm Meg. I'm wifey to my BFF, and mom to two crazies. I call myself a photographer, though I've never had any formal training. That's ok right? On Me With The Three you'll find lots of photography, some crafts and diy, and maybe some thrifting and decorating, all bound together by me trying to live full of joy from knowing and loving Jesus. 

So I'll be honest.  Sometimes I feel like I don't necessarily have the "know it all" to be offering any kind of advice on trusting in God during hard times. 

Sometimes I forget that we struggled early on to have children. 

I think I forget that because we now, through adoption, have two of the cutest little dudes ever created. I'm kind of bias, but they kind of are.

The Hubs has to remind me that there were times I didn't know if God cared that we so desperately wanted a family.  And times I questioned his motives when it almost happened, and then didn't.

Now I know though, that we had nothing to fear. 

That God had the whole thing under control, from the time each of us was knitted in our mother's wombs. 

Now, on the other side of hard times, we can see that we have nothing to fear. Nothing. 

And I realize that this may seem to not apply to you, because you're in a different stage of life as me right now. But after talking to many women of all ages and life stages, trusting God is something we all struggle with. And we all need to lean on each other in that process. 

I made this little printable to pin up on my wall to see each day... and I wanted to share it with  you.

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I'd love to tell you more of our story of learning to trust, and how we're in the process of re-learning it again. I'd love to connect with you and chat about how God is moving in your life, or maybe even how you're struggling with fear at the moment. 

Like I said, I don't have all the answers, but I do know enough to try my hardest to hold onto "whom shall I fear?"

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