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Arold @ Living for Jesus April 7, 2015 at 9:16 am

Unfortunately, we’re living into a time where financial obligations have undermined that awesome responsibility mothers have to be at home raising their children. In this case, it’s not an option for many. And society doesn’t seem to be uplifting those who choose to stay home because it’s not in line with how things are being conducted in this busy world.

If you can do it, it’s an excellent thing to do in order to make sure that you raise your kids the right manner by giving them your time.

Pamela Rose Williams April 7, 2015 at 3:15 pm

Hi Arold, I love this article by Crystal and I quite agree with you. Many years ago when my children were young the best decision my husband and I made was to have me quit my job outside of the home to be home with the children. I have never regretted it and thank the Lord for prompting us to trust Him to make it happen. I realize not every woman has a choice to stay home with the children, and for this I am very sad.

Thanks for stopping by again to post your comment.

JW November 10, 2015 at 8:02 am

This was so encouraging – thank you! As a new working Mother I’ve really strruggled not being at home with my baby, but thankfully I get to take him with me as I babysit. Some days are so tough & it’s so good to have verses I can write down & preach truth to myself throughout the day! Thank you!

Roseline March 3, 2016 at 6:45 am

Indeed this is a beautiful one. I have by the Grace of God raised 3 boys during the last 17 years, working full time and majority of the time, my husband was working away from home. It was very tough, but my faith was totally 100% in the help of God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. I was also actively involved in Church Services and that also helped. Yes, the Bible Scriptures indeed help us as mothers and wives and children of God every step of the way.

Thank you for this beautiful one.

Wendy August 5, 2016 at 10:01 am

Thank you for this excellent article!! I am a full time working mother and when my maternity leave was over, I struggled to accept the fact that I had to return to work. It’s been 5 years and with the help of many of the scriptures you mentioned, I was able to get through the sadness and guilt. Some of us don’t have a choice because we must work to support our families.

NewMom2B January 11, 2018 at 10:08 am

Thank you for this resource!

I am an up-and-coming new mother. wWhere I thought I had the support of my spouse to quit my job upon the arrival of my first born; I find I am instead met with a degree of apprehension for a number of reasons.

Admittedly, the thought of returning to work after less that 2 or 3 months of leave is daunting because I know what I would like to be able to do on a daily basis as a full time mom for my child.

Sure, moms everywhere are being superwoman and managing a healthy work life balance but I know I’m going to fall in love and I’d like to be able to protect my little one from worldly exposure for as long as possible you know! I want to see all milestones conquered in real time as they are experienced by my little one!

Anywho, the Lord is definitely my guide and the source of my strength so, I anticipate Him helping me through the coming months of my child’s anticipated arrival, my personal recovery and bonding experience, as well as my return to work thereafter… regardless of the outcome, my child will have all needs and wants met with sufficient provision!





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