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When in the midst of …

Continual, “no end in sight” stressful circumstances, how does one hold on to faith that the promises God has made will come true for us?

That is a question I am deeply entrenched in living out right now.  And I find my faith wavers.  At moments, I believe in God’s promises of a future of prosper and good things.  At other moments, I cannot see the end in sight of my struggles and I feel so alone!  Those moments challenge my faith the most.

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A matter of a miracle

This post is taking me forever to finish…which is sad because of all the ones I have posted since starting my blog 2 weeks ago, this is perhaps the most important post of all I will write.

I received an honest-to-goodness miracle!!! Yes, I said MIRACLE.

The night it happened, and the subsequent 2 weeks after, I proclaimed my miracle and victory of God’s precious healing power, from the rooftops and to every one I came in contact with during that time. And now I want to share the miracle I received with you’all…

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Forgiveness…

A subject of which my Lord, and Savior, has taught me much in the past 10 years since my divorce in 2004…

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Forgiveness, first and foremost, allows God the opportunity to move, within you when you release the bitterness, anger, hurt and depression to Him. Of all who may handle someone’s anger and hurt, He is the only one truly qualified.

The second thing forgiveness does is it frees up the stranglehold you have on the person who hurt you so that God can move in their life. How, and what, God does in their life, you may never come to know about. Because forgiveness alone does not necessarily guarantee reconciliation.

Forgiveness it’s said is for you, to let go of the negative emotions, the horrible memories, the constant internal dialogue where you recount every word, and inflection or tone of voice used by the persecuting party.

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