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Posted: Oct 26, 2016

Lonely? Welcome to the Opportunity to change your life!

Loneliness: The disease of the soul that is common to all mankind.  Loneliness:  That burdensome feeling that we run for our life from through busyness, addictions, NetFlix binges, talking on the phone, zoning out, video games, sexual activity, internet use, and probably a hundred other things. Loneliness: That thing that God uses almost like nothing else to grow us, to help us face ourselves, shape us, and teach us to be relational with ourselves, others and Him.

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Posted: Oct 14, 2016

I Chose to Live

Betrayal was not my choice, but the way I live my life is! Joni Earekson Tada, while swimming as a teenager, was paralyzed as the result of a diving accident. Feeling completely hopeless and alone she cried out to God..."God if you are not going to allow me to die than teach me how to live."
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Posted: Sep 9, 2016

Sorrow to Joy

It was a promise God had whispered to my aching heart, years ago, that I was now experiencing! "Thank-you God for laughter" were the words that flowed easily from my 15 year old daughter's mouth after an evening of enjoying each other's company. A simple bedtime prayer for many, yet to me her statement held enormous value! Those four words cemented the quiet assurance that the Lord had spoken to my once shattered world.
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Posted: Aug 11, 2016

Comfort Again

I could sense the familiar dampness coming to my eyes as I spoke aloud the words from the Lord’s scripture. "Though you have made me see troubles many and bitter you will restore my life again; from the depth of the earth you will again bring me up. You will increase my honor and comfort me once again."—Psalms 71:20, 21.
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Posted: Jul 6, 2016

A Relapse

Clutching my well-worn bible tightly to my chest like it was the last piece of hope I had left.  Warm tears spilling out of my eyes and running down my cheeks collecting on the feather pillow. I had feared this day and yet never could have grasped the painful feeling that would come over me as those old wounds were sliced open again.  A relapse is what my husband called it, but to me it was another betrayal. 

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