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TITLE: A Love Note
By Stacey LaMontagne
07/23/06
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This came to me from my time with God. I hope its an encouragement.
Be thankful for this moment,
You can make it. One breath at a time,
One day, on hour, one minute after another.
It is a walk now -
a slow, difficult path, but you will make it.
Hold my hand, we will go together.
Have no fear, I'll guide every step.
Let go of your fear and grab my hand.

Follow me.
Look to me.
Talk to me,
tell me when you need to stop and rest.
Just lean back in my arms,
close your eyes,
and listen to me speak
strength and courage to you.

You are my precious child.
No one is more precious,
I have enough love for all my children.
This world is full of snags, snares, & painful injuries.
But, it will all pass away one day.
In my plan for you there is joy, peace and life.
Come to me and I will
tell you how to find them all along the path.

Special moments of grace -
times of reprieve are there for you.
Fear not -
I will always be here with you!

Trust me! I love you!
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