Hope-Day Wednesday #10 {and a Hope-Giver Giveaway}


My story is a landscape of intricately woven miracles, carefully designed to point to an all-powerful, faithful, and living God. It is unfortunate that there are few types of tribulations that I would not be able to counsel someone on from personal experience. Yet, it is also quite fortunate, because God has planted within me a heart for hurting women. The brokenness of my past allows me to comfort others through the pain and knowledge of shared experiences. The victory that I have experienced helps me to encourage others toward faith in a God Who is more than capable at moving mountains. And while I am not my story, my story has contributed to who I am. God uses every aspect of my story to accomplish His good purpose. And He desires to do the same with Yours.

We were not saved, delivered, healed, strengthened or rescued simply for our own good. But, instead God poured grace liberally into our lives so that one day He might use as vessels from which to pour onto others.

Our lives are a product of favor and grace. Our story was crafted to be told.

How many people know your story? Our stories are powerful. Through them, God can bring healing and encouragement to someone lost in despair. There is freedom and strength in knowing that someone else has been where we are, and they have not only survived, but have come through the other side victorious!

Throughout the week, the Your Story Page is open to anyone who wishes to share their story of hope and grace with someone who may waiting to hear it. Simply enter your story into the form, with any other information that you may like to share. If you are a blogger, writer or have a website, feel free to leave your website URL for the readers to connect with you later. Then, on Hope-Day Wednesday, individual stories will be added to the Our-Stories page in order to offer hope and encouragement to someone who may need it.

In addition, and in celebration of Easter I am hosting a Hope-Giver’s Giveaway through Sunday April 5th. The winner will receive the Hope-Giver’s 3 Book Bundle. I’ve included 3 of my favorite books from Max Lucado. The first book, When He whispers Your Name is for you, and the other two, He Still Moves Stones and God Will Use this for Good are for you to keep if you need them, or to give to someone else to help offer them hope.

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Your story might change a life, save a marriage, restore a relationship, give a discouraged parent hope, or help someone to hold on for just one more day.

Happy Story Sharing!

For prayer on this topic, visit today’s Daily Hope & a Prayer devotional.


Everyone has a story. How many people know yours?? Visit Embracing His Will. Someone may be waiting who needs it.


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Are you a blogger? If so, please include your website URL and be sure to upload an image. Your Story may be featured as a guest post! If you are featured, or just would like to help spread the word about Hope-Day Wednesdays, please ‘Grab my button’!

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  1. What a wonderful idea. I think one reason there are so many bloggers is that we all have stories that want to be told.
    Leslie recently posted…Sunday SnippetsMy Profile

    • Oh! Thank you for the encouragement and for visiting! I am hoping to offer many different stories of hope, so that eventually, no matter what a woman may be facing, she can find an example for hope to encourage her in her journey. God bless!
      Letetia recently posted…Daily Hope & a Prayer – Day 11My Profile

  2. I love Max Lucado. Thank you for sharing people’s stories.
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  3. What a wonderful idea, you never know how your story can change someones life/day.. I am excited to read more.
    Jenn recently posted…Summer 2015 is our family camping KickoffMy Profile

    • There have been several times in my life when evidence of God was demonstrated through another’s testimony, and was just what I needed to press further. I hope that people will find that type of encouragement here. Thanks for visiting!
      Letetia recently posted…Daily Hope & a Prayer – Day 13My Profile

  4. This is beautiful. Yes, are stories are meant to be told, to reflect the glory of God in our lives. Thank you for writing these encouraging words. I’m visiting fro Beloved Brews link up, so nice to meet you!
    Dawn recently posted…Holding Hands: love that lasts a lifetimeMy Profile

    • Thank you for stopping visiting and submitting Your Story! It makes me very excited to be able to point people to stories of God’s grace and mercy. It was beautiful and will be posted soon!
      Letetia recently posted…Daily Hope & a Prayer – Day 13My Profile

  5. Letetia, He redeems all. I love that about our God!

    Stopping by from Spiritual Sundays today. Hope you have a wonderful weekend. 🙂

  6. I smiled from the start with your words of a miracle live, intricately woven by God… through the heart for those who hurt and the reality that God takes all we have walked through and turns it for His glory and our good. ( my paraphrase) 🙂

    You have a beautiful joy that shines through your words. I am blessed to have visited today!
    Thanks for shining bright!
    Dawn recently posted…Reflecting His GraceMy Profile

  7. What a great idea! I do believe life would be a lot better if people felt more free to share their stories and learn from each other.
    Brittany at Equipping Godly Women recently posted…What is Purgatory? What are Indulgences?My Profile

  8. So encouraging! Thank you for linking up at Women With Intention Wednesdays! 🙂
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