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Julia Attaway is a freelance writer, homeschooler and mother of five. She is the editor of Daily Guideposts: Your First Year of Motherhood, a book of devotions for first-time moms. She lives in New York.
When the train is delayed, the kids are acting out, the printer runs out of ink—all are wonderful chances to talk to God.
Where there are people, there’s the chance to find the Lord and pray for others.
When you can’t sleep, it’s a chance to pray for those who aren’t usually on your mind.
Earthly ideas of perfection have nothing to do with completion in the eyes of God.
Why are small problems a blessing? They're not really big problems!
Instead of asking God to change what's happening in the moment, sometimes it's spiritually healthier to accept temporary, uncomfortable situations.
She dreaded weeding in New York City, but she made a surprising connection.
Right now, as it turns out. Whether you are in chaos or quiet.
If you put yourself first when you pray, here's how to get your priorities back in order.
A vacation from envy of what others have and finding total contentment in what God has provided.
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