This post is hard to post cause I don't know where to begin. God is so awesome and has blessed my life in so many ways lately. I guess I will start at the beginning...and the struggles I was facing. My husband and me have been together for going on 9 yrs married only for 2 of those though. At the beginning of those two yrs of marriage we moved out of his parents home into our own place. This began our struggle with money. We weren't use to having to pay so many bills on our own. But we managed, until I fell sick again and my husbands hours began to get cut.
See, for the past five years I have been struggling with undxs sxs. And when I get sick those sxs act up worse. I get dizzy spells headaches, and tingling in arms and legs. I have stomache and sleep issues. So, I began to miss work. With no money coming in we struggled to make our bills but by the lords grace I was blessed with grandparents who were willing to help. These money issues have been going on over the last 6 months. On top of that my health has been acting up. My husband was smoking bud, and drinking.
Well, that was the main issues. We also have a new manager at our apartment complex that is strict. So, I has to hide my support pup. Our van has been falling apart, and my husband was about ready to give up. All these issues have been a struggle.
So I have prayed continually. I have gotten my husband back into church, and started trying to live for Gods will not my own. Since then my blessings have grown. My husband stopped smoking and while he hasn't stopped Sri long I trust The Lord is working on his heart. I have felt a healing coming over me, plus got a job at the IRS. My husbands hours are picking up. And I got caught by the manager with my dog the other day, but my neuro supported me when I asked for a note to prove she was a support animal do "my daughter" gets to stay with me now.
On top of all those blessings random people have just blessed us with money when we needed it most. I give all glory to The Lord. I am so glad he never gives up on us and lives us so unconditionally even when we are ready to give up. He sees us through the storms. So to all those out their struggling pray and believe and you will one day have a testimony like mine. Thank you so much Lord.
Now I also must say us wives have always got to be praying for our families. This means especially our husbands. Sometimes, God will answer in ways that we can't imagine. I pray he does this for you.
Be with Kathy...let her prayers not go unheard. Instead shine favor upon her and her family. Let her husband not only find a job close to home. Let him find a career that pays well and will keep this family blessed. Let her husband find a job to be proud of but that he also will enjoy.
Allow both of them to be able to raise their child in a manner that they see for and that fits your will for them. Give them strength to fight through all they way go through and keep them a close family. This I pray in your name our holy Lord. AMEN
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