Truth Unchanging: Hearing God Daily in the Midst of Motherhood

Truth Unchanging: Hearing God Daily in the Midst of Motherhood

by Becky Thompson
Truth Unchanging: Hearing God Daily in the Midst of Motherhood

Truth Unchanging: Hearing God Daily in the Midst of Motherhood

by Becky Thompson


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Motherhood is often noisy and rarely silent. Learn to hear God speaking above all the noise in these daily devotions that can be completed in five minutes or less.

As moms know, even when there isn't noise around us, there is usually noise within us. The constant to-do lists that spin in our minds, the worry and wonder if we are doing a good job, and the need to stay two steps ahead of our families when we feel two steps behind keeps our minds routinely restless. So when quiet time with God isn't so quiet, and alone time is nearly nonexistent, how does a modern-day momma tune in the voice of the Lord?

With Truth Unchanging, you don't have to wait until you're alone to talk with Jesus. Designed to be read in five minutes or less, each powerful, hope-filled devotion will:

  *  refocus your heart on the Word of God
  *  refresh your mind with God's Truth for your life
  *  revive your spirit as you realize God is speaking to you personally

Truth Unchanging is not just a devotional. It's an opportunity to begin daily conversations with Jesus, the One who has everything we need to take on the days ahead, the One who wants to speak to you right now. Tune in to His voice today.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780525652298
Publisher: The Crown Publishing Group
Publication date: 04/16/2019
Pages: 240
Sales rank: 511,506
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 7.80(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

BECKY THOMPSON is the author of the books Hope Unfolding and Love Unending and speaks frequently to the issues of balancing life as a wife, mother, and daughter of God. She is known to millions as the author of (formerly Scissortail SILK), a blog that reaches a global audience of readers in need of hope, healing, and the Father's love. A recent transplant to Los Angeles, she lives there with her husband, Jared, and their three young children.

Read an Excerpt

I Love Talking to You.
The thing is, whether or not we’ve ever seen that particular picture of Jesus hanging on the wall, many of us picture Jesus with the same quiet demeanor in our hearts. Many of us have been taught to remember that He is always in the room with us, but we don’t usually imagine Him walking around talking to us in that room.

What if He is? What if we’ve forgotten that Jesus was a storyteller who loved to sit around the fire and talk with His friends. What if instead of imagining Him looking upward toward the heavens with perfectly combed hair, we imagined a friend standing in our kitchen while we washed dishes or sitting in the passenger seat while we ran errands? What if instead of calling our best friends or our moms or our mentors, we started a conversation with Jesus in the middle of the day? While it might sound strange, that’s the type of relationship that God intended for us to have when He originally created us.

Let’s go back to the Garden of Eden. God spoke the world into existence. He created everything with His voice, by the power of His word. And then, Scripture says, God had a conversation with Himself. I imagine the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit standing in heaven saying these recorded words, “Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness.” So He did.

God made man and woman and then placed them in a perfect garden and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky and over every living creature that moves on the ground.”

Look at what we just read. God designed humanity with the ability to hear His voice and respond to His commands. God created us to be in communication with Him.

So my question is this: Why would we ever dare to believe that the same God who spoke the world into existence, who says in His Word that He “is the same yesterday and today and forever,” suddenly decided to stop talking? We often imagine a conversation with the Lord being very one sided. We speak. He listens. Occasionally, He answers. But the Truth is, God started His conversation with His creation in the garden, and our hearts still crave this type of relationship with Him.

The good news for us is that God still speaks to us today, and as we listen, I believe He is always reminding our hearts, “My sheep hear My voice, and I know them.” I know you. I made you and I love you. I want to lead you, love you, and let you in on the secrets of My heart. This conversation was My idea. You were designed to be in communication with Me. My Word is alive and active. It is living. Read My Word anytime You want to hear My voice, but as you do, listen closely. Because I reveal throughout My Word that I speak to the hearts of My people in many different ways. Let’s talk. I’m free anytime you are.

What kind of relationship would we have with the Lord if we started to have conversations with the living God? What would our mothering look like if we remembered that we had unlimited access to a parent’s greatest resource? God is ready to reveal His Truth; we just need to tune our hearts to His voice.

Lord, thank You for being the God who desires to talk to us. We value Your written Word. Through Your Word, we know what You say and what You sound like when You speak to us. Help us hear Your voice speaking to us throughout the day. Change the images we have of You in our hearts if they are not accurate representations of who You really are. Help us get to know You so personally, God. Give us ears to hear Your Truth. In Jesus’s name we pray. Amen.


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Table of Contents

To You, Momma, Before We Begin xi

1 I Love Talking to You 1

2 You Heard Me 4

3 Who Told You That You Needed to Hide? 7

4 Don't Misunderstand My Love 10

5 Wait. It's a Redemption Story 13

6 There Are People Waiting on Your Obedience 16

7 Trust the Path 19

8 My Way Is Best 22

9 I See You Right Where You Are 25

10 Do This Until I Tell You What's Next 28

11 I'll Tell You What's Really Going On 31

12 Remember, I Am with You 34

13 I'm Your God 37

14 Let Me Show You 40

15 This Is Holy Ground 43

16 I am 46

17 Look at Your Hands 49

18 Help Is on the Way 52

19 I Keep My Promises 55

20 I'll Prepare You for Transition 58

21 There's a Reason I Brought You This Way 61

22 I Can Do the Impossible 64

23 Store Up My Faithfulness 67

24 Boundaries Reveal My Love 70

25 Don't Hold Your Breath 73

26 Your Prayers Are Powerful 76

27 Can I Say Something? 79

28 Give What You Have Left 82

29 Sometimes I Whisper 85

30 Don't Curse What I Said to Bless 88

31 Celebrate with Them 91

32 You, the Incredible Mom! 94

33 I Will Accomplish My Plan Through You 97

34 Trust My Perspective 100

35 There Is Purpose to This Work 103

36 I Am So Proud of You 106

37 The Enemy Has No Authority over You 108

38 I Know What You'll Do Next 111

39 I Knew You Before I Called You 114

40 I'm Inviting You to Be Part of the Miracle 117

41 I Will Come Help You 120

42 Yesterday Doesn't Define You, Daughter 123

43 Nothing Is Too Difficult for Me 126

44 The Holy Spirit Will Teach You What to Say 129

45 The Rhythm of My Heart Is Steady 132

46 I Know When It Will Happen 135

47 Don't Follow Fear 138

48 Bring the Kids Too 140

49 Give Me Five Minutes 143

50 I Know Who You Are 146

51 Only One Thing Is Needed 149

52 I'm Awake in the Middle of the Night Too 152

53 You Need a Good Drink 155

54 Trust Me at My Word 158

55 What Do You Really Want? 161

56 Let's Go Talk Alone 164

57 I Don't Condemn You 167

58 You Don't Know What You're Asking Me 170

59 It Was Because I Love You 173

60 Take Away the Stone 176

61 You Play a Part in This Too 179

62 I Understand What You've Sacrificed 182

63 Let Me Wash Away the Dust of the Day 185

64 Strengthen Your Sisters 188

65 I'm Not Going Anywhere 191

66 Nothing Can Keep My Love Away 194

67 My Peace I Give to You 197

68 There's a Reason I Didn't Tell You 200

69 I Will Remember My Love for You 203

70 Your Grief Blinded You 206

71 I Have Proof That You're a Good Mom 209

72 I Know Who You Are Now 212

73 You Can Try Again 215

74 I'm Not Keeping It from You to Tease You 218

75 I Have Already Seen This Moment 221

Notes 225

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