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Here We Go....Again

Many of you know my daughter returned from her deployment in Afghanistan this past year and this momma was finally able to breathe.....
I mean really breathe.
I am talking about deep breaths that exhaled with joy and gladness.

As a military mom, I am extremely proud of her service to our country....
For her bravery.....
Her honor....
Her self scarifies.

But on the flip side, as her mom......
I worry to a point.....
I am concerned for her welfare at all times.....
I pray non-stop for her safety.....
I smile on cue, for her benefit....
I make sure I give her encouraging words.....
Never showing her my "mom" emotions.
And I tell her " I love you" every second that I can.

My best day came when I received that all mighty pre recorded phone call that MY solider was heading to US soil.....
There was tears, laughter, thankfulness, and praise to my daddy God for bringing her home.

Now  almost one year later, I receive a message from my beautiful solider girl......
She is going again..............
No specific date has been set....
No exact location been said.....
Just the word the "deployment" and I am holding my breath......

Here we go...Again.


Again.......
I will believe in HIS protection over her.....
I will believe in HIS wisdom in her.....
I will believe in HIS promises for her life......
I BELIEVE she will come home again without one hair removed from her head!!!!!

I am a mom, with mom emotions.....
However I am first and foremost a child of the Most High God....
And I STAND on His word and His promises!!!!!

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Proverbs 18:10 - The name of the Lord is a strong tower; the righteous run to it and are safe.

Psalm 121:2 - My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.

Psalm 121:3 - He will not let your foot slip--he who watches over you will not slumber.

Psalm 121:7 - The Lord will keep you from all harm--he will watch over your life;

Psalm 121:8 - The Lord will watch over your coming and going both now and for evermore.

Psalm 27:1 - [Of David.] The Lord is my light and my salvation--whom shall I be afraid?

Psalm 91:4- He will cover you with his feathers, and under his wing you will find refuge; his faithfulness will be your shield and rampart.

 Again......
I will proudly take out my "blue star flag" and when the time comes,  place in in the window for all to see until I ,again receive my pre-recorded call.





My daddy God has spoken many promises to me over my girls......
And I expect them ALL to be full filled.

She will come home safe and sound....
She is my baby......
She is His child.......
A mighty, beautiful warrior for His kingdom!!!



 And Again......I will Stand.



Xoxoxo
Stacey


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  1. This is difficult for a mother regardless if it is a son or daughter. Our daughter was stationed in Korea many years ago, and she was in a safe position, but we still did not like her so far away. Angels are watching over your daughter and May she be surrounded by a host and not just the two that we usually have assigned to us. :-)

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  2. Amen!!! Thank you for your sweet, enduring words of encouragement. I know you understand this momma's heart :)

    Blessings to you :)

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  3. Hello, I loved how you call the Lord,Daddy God!
    Your right He will do as He has promised you. I know you are a precious daughter of the one true King.
    Blessings, Roxy

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    1. Thank you Roxy for your sweet words and for stopping in :)

      Blessings to you!!!

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  4. Hi Stacey, wow, such a difficult thing to do. I will be praying for you and for her as God leads you both
    God bless
    Tracy
    PS: love the new header. Its beautiful

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