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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 things don’t go your way, they can still go God’s way.
Paying attention to how and when we stray from our best efforts can help us avoid future pitfalls.
Even in the most overwhelming circumstances, there are ways to help you see options.
During difficult times, here's a healthy approach to draw closer to God
Most of God’s work happens quietly, changing hearts and minds and lives in ways we can’t see.
It’s good for the heart to put some effort into seeing the world from different angles.
A mom takes a self-centered tween to help out at a soup kitchen and witnesses an attitude change.
When tired and exhausted, remember that every cell in your being craves the "living water" of faith.
Will it take 40 years to figure out that God is with you on the journey?
When things go right, don’t just breathe a sigh of relief. Give thanks to God.
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