Aaron worked three jobs in order to pay off credit cards as well as my school loan, pay for our car's over haul, and most importantly, let me be home to nurse and take care of our baby. Aaron worked and worked and the Lord provided my man with the energy, ability, desire, and resources to take care of our family while I took care of the home.
In that bathroom, we were taken on an epic journey of humility and refinement by God. The Lord rearranged our priorities and taught us to fear Him, alone. We learned to only seek His approval and His direction. That year, so many people (godly and ungodly) took advantage of us but it was our fault. We allowed the will of those people to override specific instructions the Holy Spirit had given us. So here's to casting off man's expectations and seeking to please just Jesus.
I'm thankful the Lord taught us our lessons in a bathroom rather than in the belly of a whale like Jonah or in prison like Paul. Some people would say that all that time we spent in that bathroom was weird or unnecessary. However, we've learned not to be concerned with "normal."
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