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Tears in a Bottle

If you’ve ever wondered if the creator of the universe really cares about you when your heart is broken – read on. “You keep track of all my sorrows. You have collected all my tears in your bottle. You have recorded each one in your book.” Psalm 56:8 He does…

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Are you eating that second sandwich?

“Before you ask for healing, make sure you are willing to give up what made you sick.” @RealTalkKim When I was a freshman in high school, I became obsessed with my weight. All of my friends had a gymnast’s build, and there I was – everything but that. Looking back, I really didn’t look that […]

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No words

I recently went with a couple friends to visit someone I’ve known a long time who is in rehab. Although she’s dealing with a lot of physical pain, it was obvious that she was battling a broken heart. Completely shattered. You see, she lost her adult son a few months ago due to a tragic […]

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How Do You Know?

I am a mom to 3 sons. Although they are adults now, I can’t help but think back to the days when I would have to tell one of them (or all 3 of them at the same time, which was the WORST!) why they couldn’t go outside without a winter coat on, play one more […]

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The Word

Many years ago, two of our three sons were in a heated argument. Sometimes we would just let them work it out without intervening, but this time we heard language that we didn’t allow, so we brought them into a room where they were told to sit. Because we weren’t sure which one said ‘the […]

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It Ain’t Happening

For years I’ve had the same thing for breakfast. Can you relate?  It started right before my freshman year in college and continued on until this week. What I’m saying is that I’ve had about thirty-nine years worth of cinnamon flavored Pop-tarts! Isn’t that crazy? (Don’t knock ‘em until you’ve tried them!) Another thing I […]

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Power in Prayer

I’ve been reading a book about the power of prayer. It’s called  The Power of a Praying Woman, by Stormie Omartian. I’m pretty sure I’ve read this before, but the timing seems to be better for me this time around. She talks about those times when you have to do something that you don’t want to […]

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