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Topic: Beginnings (05/31/04)

TITLE: I am bringing you into new beginnings
By Bernadine Reid
06/04/04

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I have brought you through many situations and circumstances. Now, I am bringing you into new beginnings. I am drawing you out of the deep waters that have tried to overwhelm you many times. I want to bring you into a place of restoration because I want to refresh you. I want to move you out of the place where you are and bring you into a place where I am.
It will be a time of refreshing, it will be as the rushing waters cascading down the sides of the mountains on a spring day.
I am and I will do a new thing in you so that you will not even know yourself.
I am bringing you into new beginnings, starting now.
Are you ready to take the leap of faith?


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Dian Moore06/07/04
This reads like God is talking to the reader. Thank you. I think your word count is too short - only 133 in Word.
L.M. Lee06/09/04
almost sounds like a prophetic word!
Deborah Porter 06/09/04
Bernadine, this was lovely and I particularly loved the line, "It will be a time of refreshing, it will be as the rushing waters cascading down the sides of the mountains on a spring day." I really allowed the words to refresh me today.

Do agree with Kim about the setting out. It would be wonderful if broken up into separate lines. Even that line I loved above, could be broken into two sentences and work wonderfully on separate lines. But that's just a structure thing. Your actual writing was a blessing. With love, Deb