Making the Change ~ Week Three

Making the Change ~ Week Three

When I first started writing these posts, I completely intended on striving after optimism, as well as a brighter outlook on life and a happier attitude. But then, life hit me with a lot of highs and lows, and I found myself fighting for joy more than ever before. It was definitely a test of faith, and I’m honestly positive that, through all of it, no matter what my initial responses to each situation and problem were, the Lord taught me much more than I can ever explain about knowing Him, and appreciating the family that I have.

So, this walk of change got off to a much, much rockier start than I would’ve ever anticipated … but I trust in my all-knowing Heavenly Father. There is a reason for it all, and I am thankful for the struggles, for I have grown ever closer to Him. πŸ™‚

My prayer for this series is that I will slowly see a positive change in the areas of my life that have become so negative – and I believe that I’ve already started to see that change. ❀ I’d like to thank all of you for following along and encouraging me; I appreciate that more than I can ever express to you. πŸ™‚

Making the Change – April 19th through April 25th

~ On Wednesday, I spent most of the afternoon at the hospital with my family. I felt at peace knowing that my family and our situation was in the Lord’s hands. I didn’t feel anxious, which was a wonderful change from the usual tension of stressful times.

~ On Thursday, my mom was doing much better than I thought she would be. My dad and I went grocery shopping for her (as it’s something she usually does) so that she could take it easy at home. I got lots of ingredients for baking recipes, and I’m looking forward to making them in the days to come. So, all in all, my Thursday was happy and productive. πŸ™‚

~ On Friday, through a string of events that were hard on me but full of important lessons, I learned a lot about myself and the family that I love. It was definitely not a day that I desire to reflect on any further.

~ On Saturday, I played different games and did some fun activities with my 5 year old brother, Samuel. I learned more about forgiveness and looking past people’s faults and still loving them. ❀

~ On Sunday, something happened that left my whole family rather emotionally drained – but we again felt at peace with the knowledge that we’re in the Lord’s hands, and that no matter what happens, He will be here for us. ❀

~ On Monday, I got along much better with my brothers (there was much less bickering and taking silly jokes too far, lol), and the three of us had fun playing Minecraft all together. I love doing multiplayer games!

~ On Tuesday, we spent the late morning and all of the afternoon running errands. We got so much done, which I am extremely thankful for, but it also left us pretty worn out!

And today (Wednesday), I’ve published this post!

If you’re working on making a positive change in your life, I would be so happy to talk to you in the comments below. πŸ™‚

What is something that YOU desire to change in your life?

I hope that everyone’s Wednesday has gotten off to a beautiful start. xx

— Maggie

22 thoughts on “Making the Change ~ Week Three

  1. This is great progress. And it is not surprising that as soon as you started trying to improve in an area you felt you needed to, that the old evil one would jump right in and try to stumble you up. But, see, you did what you should, put your faith in God and He helped you. Praise God.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. ❀ Yeah, things got really hard for me extremely fast – it was insane! These past few weeks have been full of so many struggles for us. The Lord certainly did help me (and He still is!), which I am so thankful for. I'm definitely praising Him. 😊

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  2. Prayers out to you and your family for the events you all have faced. something I hope to change is completing a book, and seeing the world more. I stay in and isolated often but there is so much to explore and be inspired by in the world.

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    1. Thank you so much, Lee. ❀ Aw good luck on completely that book! It's always such an exciting accomplishment when I have πŸ™‚ I often isolate myself, as well; I would love to see the world more, as well. πŸ˜ŠπŸ’•

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    1. Yeah, I don’t mind going grocery shopping for her since I pretty well know what we buy at this point (and what the boxes/packages look like) πŸ˜‚ Me, too! I enjoy it when we find a game we all like playing.

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  3. You’re a wonderful person, a wonderful daughter, friend and sister and I’m sure that everything will turn out great eventually! Have faith! Have courage and be kind! You’ll get through this difficult period, too!
    I did! My dad had a surgery last year and he’s doing so much better now! Your mom will do, too!
    I wish you all the luck in the world!
    Have a great week Maggie! 😘☺️

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    1. Thank you so much for your sweet words and encouragement, Victoria! ❀ I'm so glad that your dad is doing better. My mom is also healing well! I hope you have a great week, too!

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