The adoration artist Steffany Gretzinger says that motherhood introduced her nearer to God

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Steffany Gretzinger and her daughter Wonder(Photo: Instagram / Steffany Gretzinger)

Worship leader Steffany Gretzinger has a word of encouragement for Christian parents who may doubt themselves.

Gretzinger told the Deeper Worship Intensive conference that when she became pregnant with her daughter Wonder, she feared she might not have enough time to live fully for God.

"I wanted Jesus to be everything. So I remember when I (my daughter) had miracles, I could feel my stomach, I was still crying and I said to the Lord: & # 39; How will I be with you love less time? "she said, according to The Christian Post.

In the end it was the other way round and she got closer to God when she became a mother.

"This tiny prophet has brought me back to Jesus every day since she was born," she said.

"We'll be distracted and the baby will turn to look at me. Just recently she said: & # 39; Mama & # 39;, she took my face and said: & # 39; It doesn't have to be perfect. You are here, that's what counts. & # 39;

"I don't brag about myself as a mother, but about the presence of Jesus and the kindness of a father who goes with us."

She went on to say how important it is to care more about God's opinion than that of man.

"He leads us all the way home when we pray to him and become aware of what he's doing than all the other eyeballs," she said.

"The eyes we find hidden are those we find in every crowded room. The voice we hear comes from silence and silence when there is no one is the voice we hear over the loud one Shouting above will hear the calls above every other voice.

"I can hear the baby across the room in a room full of people."

After finding out that many of their initial reservations were unfounded, Gretzinger encouraged Christian parents not to hold back when it came to teaching their children faith.

"I think there is a tendency to make things stupid for children, but they get the whole thing," she said.

"We take biblical stories and reduce them, we leave out parts, but it actually makes sense to them in their innocence.

"When I felt like I was a terrible mother because I felt like & # 39; what am I missing?" The Lord said: Invite her, invite her into everything.

"I think we take time for what we love. We take time for what is important to us. If you need coffee, take the time to get it."

She also spoke openly about the need to rely on God's power to solve family problems.

"He'll do the work you can't do with your children and family. If you need healing in your marriage, I've already had one," she said.

"If you don't bring it to the altar, you won't find that it spends more time in therapy than you spend on the face in front of the Lord. It won't save your marriage and won't raise your children."

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