I wasn’t sure what to write about today. My 30 Day Challenge is ending tomorrow and I can’t believe I’ve been writing for 30 days now. It’s amazing how time has moved these last few weeks. And I’m so happy to say that I have read the Bible all these days. Some days have been more challenging than others but I’ve made it through (well almost, I still have one more day).
Although my 30 day challenge is ending soon, I’ve set a goal to read the Bible more often now and study it. I would also like for my children and my husband to get involved but I’m not sure how yet. Well, I have a couple of Bibles that are geared to children so those should help. I’m not sure how I can get my husband involved, maybe I’ll read out loud and he’ll have to listen when he’s around.
I’ll like to get a journaling Bible. I’ve seen some of those on Pinterest and they look very nice. I’m not very artistic but I can give it a try. I would also like to make notes and references so it’ll be nice to have a space specifically for that.
This has been an interested journey and I definitely felt tested at some point during these weeks. I think I failed but I’ve improved so much from where I was before. You can read more about why I started this challenge here. I won’t go into too much detail here but I’ll try to write another post about how I’ve become a better wife and mom just by reading the Bible.
I can only ask God to lead me to the path He wants me to follow. And to make be a better wife and mother, so that my family can grow together as one. And I know He can do that for me because He is great, and He can do everything. I read Psalms 139 today and it summarizes a lot of how I feel at this point. I particularly like this verse (Psalms 139:23-24):
There is a reason why I’m here, in this world, and I want to make the best of it. I love my family, my husband and my children; they are the best that has happened to me. I want to be the best for them and only God can show me what that means and how I can accomplish it. I pray and ask Him to lead me through the right path and to make me better for them. I know I will never be perfect, but I want to just right for my family.