Glory Moments

Sudden Glory stories are a celebration of God’s articulate presence in the lives of women just like you! Women who have encounter the sacred in the secular – who’ve experienced God in a real and personal way right smack dab in the middle of their busy messy lives. Below are just a few of the stories from real women who’ve encountered God in a moment of Sudden Glory where He made His presence known.

Click Here to leave a Glory Moment of your own!

4 Responses to Glory Moments

  1. Tina Brown August 16, 2016 at 5:55 am #

    After 30 years of marriage, my husband fell into the social media temptation and had on online affair with a friend from highschool. Needless to say, I was devestated. The thoughts of losing what had been my life now that we were empty nesters was debilitating. Days of tears, lead to days of prayers that lead to days of God telling me to forgive. I didn’t want to. God allowed me to see from his perspective that me that moment of glory when you obey when you don’t feel like it.

    I love your pre made tweets from sudden glory moments. I’m dying to read the rest of the book and would be totally honored to receive one as a gift.

  2. Dinora Cardona August 16, 2016 at 12:22 pm #

    I wanted children since I was a child however I was never able to carry a child full term. My fifth pregnancy resulted in a miscarriage at 12 weeks that broke my heart leaving me empty and asking God why me. I had a history of several miscarriages and one abortion that I regret terribly. I believed that God was punishing me for that one abortion and then realized that God does not punish us but lifts us up in our darkest days. It took many years of trusting God before I realized I was to be an Aunt to all of my nieces and nephews whom I love with all of my heart. I I cannot tell you that every now and then I do not experience that ache and longing for a child especially now as I get older but i always know that God had other plans for me. A friend once told me that although I do not have children of my own I was given the opportunity to provide love and support to my family and their children. God is great!

  3. Tiffany August 17, 2016 at 4:17 pm #

    Almost 2 years ago I gave birth to a beautiful 8.11 lb baby girl after 2 years of trying to become pregnant. Unfortunately, she was born still. My whole world was shattered. I was so angry at God for taking my baby girl from me and for allowing me to bond with this little girl for 9 months. I never had a family. I was a foster child and I longed for a family of my own. I allowed the enemy to tell me lies that I was unloved, unworthy and unwanted. I searched for answers. Why me? Finally when my pain was more than I could bare, I stopped asking questions. I broke down and cried out to my Savior. I cried out to Him almost everyday for about a year. I had no fear of what people thought of me, I was tired of carrying this pain. For the first time I realized how much He loved me. He allowed His son to be ridiculed because of His love for me. Jesus gave His life because He loves me. I am His child and He is my father. Be still and know that I am God. For the first time I felt His love and peace. He works all things for the good of those who love him. I circled this scripture. It was His promise to me. I praise Him for the work He has done in my life, the promises He has fulfilled. He is faithful. We are expecting our third baby girl in October. What ever happens, I try to remember that we will have trouble in this world but He conquered this world. This is not our final destination. Be a light and love the people He has placed around you.

  4. Jerry Davis August 28, 2016 at 12:36 am #

    When my oldest son died after my youngest son had just died just 15 months before. I found my son in his bed dead. As I left the bedroom I told God I needed his peace. He very gracious gave it to me. I thanked Him as I was able to go through the time with peace knowing God knew what was best for all us in the family. This was a blessed and glory time for me.

Leave a Reply