Sometimes, you can feel completely alone. But, you’re never alone.
It can seem people only want something from you, your husband is so consumed with “the work” that you forget what he looks like and then the demands of life can sort if seem to close in. But, you have to remember you’re never alone.
You’re no Superwoman
Today, in my other blog (www.GodsyGirl.com), I wrote about the importance of foregoing the “super woman” complex and asking for help when we need it. Make no mistake, Sis, you occupy a tricky position in the Body of Christ and people will try to make you be their own personal “Jesus”.
Being married to a pastor can shake the very foundation of who you are as a Christian, wife, mother and (sometimes) woman. But, in spite of it all, you must keep your eyes fixed on Jesus. In the very end, He is the only One that matters and all you need to live this life flows from His power and His might. You can’t do it alone, nor were you designed to.
So, give yourself permission to say “I’m overwhelmed” and run to the Rock that is higher than you. Shut out the world and crawl to the Father. I promise He will give you the trace and mercy you need and crave. As you spend time in His presence, He will make your foundation sure, your confidence soar and your foundation sure.
Trust me, you are in the right place at the right time. God did not make a mistake by selecting you to serve your church.as a result, He will equip you, comfort you and make every crooked road straight in your life, in your marriage and in your home. Your loneliness, stress, depression, anger, anguish, or whatever you deal with is no match for you God! You don’t have to carry this load alone- throw it at the feet of the cross because He cares for you!
Remember, you may be their “first lady”, but you are also God’s baby girl and He loves you. He is gonna carry you through this and any other struggle that comes your way. So, hang in there, Sis. You may feel alone, but in truth, you’re never alone. He’s with you always.