By mid-year, homeschool momma’s can use all the encouragement possible. This post lists 100 Bible verses for the heart of homeschooling and provides you with FREE printable scripture art. It truly is a tough homeschool grind sometimes, it may even feel as if you if you are pushing against the grain.
If you are like me and some of my friends, these Bible verses are a needed help for a very overwhelmed mom. What do we do when it gets too tough? What do we do when it feels we can’t take the homeschool grind anymore? Do we give up? Can we give up?
The answer is a whopping, “NO!” Sometimes I literally have to print out Bible verses and place them around the house to remind myself of who He is and what He has gotten me through already. It is so easy to forget sometimes. Why is that? How could we forget what he has brought us from or out of?
I am so glad to share with you these printable Bible verses from Table Life Blog, along with these awesome scripture prints for your homeschool heart–and mine. Sometimes there are things in life that we just don’t want to turn to our friends about, that is where the Word of God comes in. The Lord has provided us with Scripture to reference when our heart hurts, we are overwhelmed, or when we are just plain weary.
All we truly need is His good and perfect Word. It builds up our relationship with Him and reminds us what a perfect God we serve. Don’t miss out on these FREE printable Bible verses for the homeschool heart with FREE printable scripture art shared by Table Life Blog.
Here a little more mom encouragement to help you through the homeschooling year.
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!
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