Waiting for the Shoe to Drop by Valorie Quesenberry
 

Waiting For The Shoe To Drop

Valorie Quesenberry
Valorie Quesenberry

Valorie is a pastor’s wife, mother, musician, speaker and author, and presently works as an educational assistant for students with special needs. She is the editor of a Christian ladies’ magazine, has authored six books and contributes to Christian women’s periodicals. Valorie and her husband, Duane, live in Ohio and have four children, spanning elementary school age to college years. Check out her blog at valoriequesenberry.com

 

2 Responses

  1. Shawna Wright says:

    Beautifully written as always, Valorie! And all so very, very real and true. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Trish says:

    I stumbled onto your blog nearly 2 years after this post was written – but what a blessing! I needed to hear this message: after going through years of the ups and downs of unwanted singleness, the Lord led me to my future-husband. I’m so happy – except when my mind goes to all of the things that could go wrong before we get married. I desperately want to experience untethered joy in this new season because God has blessed me beyond my wildest prayers! But I still find that I carry fear with me. I’m ashamed to admit that I am a fearful fiancee. Will the love-of-my-life die before we’re married? Or maybe afterwards? What if we can’t have children? What if? What if? I know this isn’t the way for a child of God to live – restless. So, thank you for your post! It is further encouragement to fight these thoughts and place my confidence in the Almighty God.

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