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  It has been said, “After great love comes great grief” (Betty J. Carmack, 2003) Does it ever end?  You wake up and the reality hits you, it DID happen.  You try to, or just long to, run from it.  Just run!  Yet you can’t run fast enough.  It’s like ...

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The Christmas Ornament Miracle

‘…But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal.’ Matthew 6:20 (NIV) A lifelong friend of mine recently posted an experience she had on Facebook.  It so touched my heart that I asked permission to ...

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Praising Him Through The Storms

The rain has been pouring for sometime around my vicinity in life, and recently the drizzle turned into an all out downpour as the tears of grief drove into the hearts of my church family. The departure of a beautiful newborn baby girl sent waves of questions, anger, sorrow, disbelief, ...

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Where is God When I’m Afraid?

Eyes downcast and filled with barely suppressed tears, shoulders stooped as if carrying the weight of the world upon them, mind filled with turmoil and fear.  Where are you, God?  Do you even care?  I am beyond tempted to fear evil – way beyond.  I am no longer walking through ...

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Grief (Part I)

The bombing of the passenger jet in Ukraine on July 17, 2014, is tragic to say the very least. Two hundred and ninety eight individuals lost their lives. That jet explosion is also reminiscent of the terrible nine-eleven disaster where even more lives were lost. These acts of merciless violence ...

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