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Nikki Jackson is a little quirky, a lot klutzy and undoubtedly a work in progress, but she gets by on her daily dose of grace from her sweet Savior and family. She's a mom to her two sweet kiddos, Ethan and Eva, and wife to her handsome hubby of nine...

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  1. Circumstances change but God does not–and yet He’s endlessly creative in the ways He meets our needs. Thank you for that reminder today, dear Nikki! Praying for you this morning and asking God to continue providing all your heart needs most.

  2. Nikki-
    Thank you for this post.
    I’m in a season of change/difficult times right now and this was nice to hear. To sympathize with someone else and to just rest in the fact (once again) that we are never alone in all this.
    As well as contiue to reconize that He has given us CHOICE in how we respond to our circumstances.
    Thanks again.

  3. Our Father is so Faithful to go before us and prepare a way. We have to stand in that Truth and in knowing that He is Sufficient for what concerns me today. Where I get into trouble is looking beyond today, and wanting a clear, illuminated path. That wouldn’t require faith.

  4. What a lovely post and beautiful reminder that in a world of constant, circumstancial change, our Lord never changes. And that the conditions of our hearts are of so much more importance. Thank you!

  5. Nikki, what a beautiful reminder! Mark and I have been through too many of these situations, hard change that God uses to work on our heart conditions. And I’ll be honest: I don’t like it one bit! But you’re so right, that He’s way more concerned with our hearts and our comfort and circumstances.

    Good word, my friend. Thank you for sharing with us!

  6. Nikki,
    For some reason it helps to know that we are not the only ones God is working with this way right now. Thank you for sharing the road you’re on and your humble confidence in God’s good purpose in it–your testimony is very encouraging! Thank you for sharing your heart–privileged to pray for you while I am so well-equipped to identify with how you’re feeling.

    In His Grip,
    Shaunie

  7. Oh, I’m not good with change either, but you are so right, “nothing surprises God”. I don’t know why I forget that. Our lives may be crazy and our feet wobbley, but God is always planted firmly.