The week before Easter was one of those overwhelming kind of weeks. There was so much to do, so much to prepare for, so much to finish up – on top of all my normal daily routines. I felt like I needed to jump out of bed and start to work in order to accomplish it all! I wondered as perhaps you often do –
How am I supposed to get everything done and still have time in God’s Word?
That question truly drove me to my knees in prayer, because I knew there was no way that I could come up with a plan that would work. Yes, I added one more “thing to do” by stopping at my chair to read God’s Word, then drop on my knees to talk to the Lord about my busy day/week. Continue reading “How Am I Supposed To Get Everything Done?”
When Susanna Wesley, the mother of ten children wanted to pray, she simply pulled her apron over her head. Her family knew that when they saw her with her head covered they were not to disturb her. I’d say she was serious about prayer! She took whatever measures needed to find the time to talk to the Lord.
We’re all busy women, but in certain seasons, especially when children are home, it can be difficult to find the uninterrupted time to really pray. I’d like to suggest a way for you to have this time with God if you’re in this busy season of life. I’m going to share a few suggestions in the following video. I trust it will challenge you to implement these ideas into your day.
Is there one suggestion that was shared that you could implement?