How to Get Unstuck with Grace and Patience

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Sometimes getting unstuck is a slow process, one that takes grace and patience that turns to the truth with faith and hope.

It was a long hard few years.

It seemed like one family crisis piled up on another. Our friends and family started calling us The High Maintenance Prayer People.

Month after month – loss, illness, death, and a micro-preemie grandchild . . . and those are just the big things.

We were exhausted but so very thankful. God had walked us through day after day with faith and peace…

With the exception of one thing.

One thing I just couldn’t give up. One thing hurt too bad. One thing was hard to accept. One thing made it hard to move forward.

I was stuck in grief over what was supposed to be, how I’d pictured that time in my life.

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I am so blessed to be a guest over at my wonderful friend, Lori’s today. Join me over there where I’m sharing the rest of my story at Searching for Moments.

She is a wife and momma to two sons and a daughter, you can read an inspiring speech written by her son, Zach, just scroll down to the post below mine. I promise it will bless you.

While you’re there, please take some time to get to know Lori. She’s awesome!

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7 thoughts on “How to Get Unstuck with Grace and Patience

  1. Thank you so much, Deb, for your amazing post! You are such an inspiration to me and I am humbled you would share your heart with my readers!

    Much love,
    Lori

    1. Oh, Lori, it was my honor. What a wonderful topic. It’s so easy to get stuck in a bad habit or bad attitude, in grief or discouragement. I love that you’re pointing your readers to know that we don’t have to stay stuck when we have the Lord. He wants to help. Thanks again, my dear dear friend!

  2. Hey Deb! I think Lori is awesome, too. As are you, my wise friend! I read her post and was blessed. Missing your link up today. Hope you are well. Have a blessed Memorial Day Weekend. Yee haw!

  3. Thanks for sharing at Let’s Get Real Friday Party. God’s grace is amazing. He does the healing with time. The hardest part is being patient and trusting Him.

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