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Hey you! So glad you’re here. This is one of my favorite spaces. I’m Sara, a mama to six who is learning to see God’s thread in life’s middle minutes. I’m an adoption lover who is still dating my best friend and I'm writing here in the extra margins of life. I wrote books published by Zondervan— Every Bitter Thing is Sweet and my second, Unseen, in August 2017. And there are more to come. I love words and I love Him.
by sarahagertywritesThe greatest war in my internal life is the war against losing hope. • These cynical wanderings drip into my thinking and I often call them “practical” and “rational.” • I have a dozen+ stories of how God moved within even just one week and yet my mind still wants to take me towards the worst potentiality. The impossibilities. • It seems that to be human is to doubt. To question. To think “rationally” and plan for the worst. To be a child of God, however, is to believe unrestrainedly that the pressed-in areas of my life are the ones
by sarahagertywritesAnd hope does not put us to shame, because God's love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us. Romans 5:5 • Photo by @jessica .d.walker #augustadoration
by sarahagertywritesThree days away with him -- hiking mountains until our bones said “no more”, deep-belly laughing, reading stacks of books, pray-dreaming … remembering the grit of where we’ve been and how He’s brought us here -- and the impossibilities of life back at the bottom of these mountains now look more like opportunities for God to move. • #hotdatehotNate#underHisbigbluesky
by sarahagertywritesGratitude exclaims, very properly: ‘How good of God to give me this.’ Adoration says: ‘What must be the quality of that Being whose far-off and momentary coruscations are like this!’ One’s mind runs back up the sunbeam to the sun. - C.S. Lewis #adorationexplained