Be Still and Be Blessed: 365 Devotions for Mothers
There are moments in motherhood where life feels like one endless task. Where nothing seems to get done even though you’ve been working at it (what was “it” again?) all day. The dishes, the diapers, the homework assignments, the grocery shopping, the sporting events, the music lessons—and those all have to happen before five. Then it’s time for the evening cycle. Dinner, laundry, baths, story time, and the age-old, half-hour “but I don’t want to go to bed” drama. It’s enough to exhaust the most energetic person on earth. And tomorrow you get to do it all again.
Finding time to be still in the chaos of motherhood is no simple task. Yet, when we do make time to quiet ourselves before God, something powerful happens. He gives us supernatural rest. He floods our minds with peace. He restores our joy. And he whispers to the deepest part of our hearts that it all matters. That we matter.
As you reflect on the devotions, Scriptures, and prayers, be reminded that God sees every effort you make, and he is deeply pleased with your sacrifice. Sit quietly with him and let his love flow into every part of you. He has called you, and he will equip you with everything you need. Be still and be blessed.