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Last years SOAP

Sometimes when I read my bible I like to SOAP (scripture, observe, application, and prayer)  It helps me get even more out of the scripture this way.  So I was rereading some of the ones I did a year ago and came across this one.  :)  It is awesome... and even more exciting because I am expecting my little boy in March.  God sure does bless us and give us the desires of our hearts. 

"Her children stand and bless her. Her husband praises her:"
Proverbs 31:28 New Living Translation
One thing I like to do when I do my bible study is use SOAP (scripture, observation, application, and prayer)  So I was reading through some of my soaps from a year ago and came across this one...  (it made me even more excited because now I am expecting my little boy in March)  

"You made all the delicate, inner parts of my body and knit me together in my mother's womb."
Psalm 139:13

O- your art for creating all of us is amazing. The feelings I had as you knit Selah in my womb was wonderfully amazing! She is precious and I know I am precious too. It is an honor that you have selected me to be a mother and a mother to a wonderful daughter. I love Selah dearly and feel so privileged.
I also had a fabulous mother whom i miss dearly. She was a awesome Proverbs 31 mom and wife. She gave me all the support and love I needed and planted many seeds of faith for me to follow in her footsteps.

i want to live out the Proverbs 31 women daily! I want to be an example to my daughter and a women whom my husband praises. :)

You are always amazing and your creation of child bearing and creation is so unique and amazing! Thank you for allowing me to be a mom! Thank you for all the wisdom and paitience you give me to be a mom. Conitinue to guide and direct me in parenting but also as a wife. Also, thank you for my mom, i do miss her dearly but i do appreciate all she did for me! amen


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