In the Midst of it All

This week has been emotionally exhausting. For several years now, as we live with autism being part of our everyday lives and trek through the ups and downs, I have been sharing how tantrums are not the same as meltdowns. This week has taught me that no matter how much I try to share aContinue reading “In the Midst of it All”

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He is Lost

Psalm 56:8 New Living Translation (NLT) 8 You keep track of all my sorrows. You have collected all my tears in your bottle. You have recorded each one in your book.   I’ve shed many tears in the past several months. We all have. And I cry out to Jesus a hundred times a dayContinue reading “He is Lost”

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Cry Out to Jesus

I’ve been crying out to Jesus in despair for several hours. Living with autism isn’t for the faint of heart. In the last four hours, I’ve been spit on numerous times, hit repeatedly, had blocks, toy cars, a toy cash register and anything else he could find to throw at me. My hair has beenContinue reading “Cry Out to Jesus”

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Ademoneo

Ademoneo, Greek Transliterated word  New Testament Greek Lexicon pronunciation: ad-ay-mon-eh’-o Definition: To be troubled, great distress or anguish, depressed. There are three instances that this word has been used in the New Testament You can find those instances in Matthew 26:37/Mark 14:33/Philippians 2:26 I have lived with depression for years. But not my depression. UntilContinue reading “Ademoneo”

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