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Such a sad story, but how many have actually experienced a similar one. I especially appreciated this line:

Just remember that “greater is He that is in you, than he that is in the world.”
Your story ministered to me today. May it speak peace to others too. "Hope" -- that's what it's all about! Thank you!
Beautiful story of hope. Thank you so much for the scripture reminders, a great encouragement to me right now. God bless.
A great reminder and a touching entry. This will touch many hearts, it did mine. Thank you.

God bless~
Perfect title for this hope-filled story and the message it speaks so clearly to its readers. With God, there is nothing we can't do. So glad that the daughter came to Jesus during this stormy time in her life. If this is a true story, praise the Lord!
yes, it is a true story... PTL!!!
Congratulations! Your story was encouraging--to see her come free from what seemed like a hopeless downfall. God heard your prayers. You told it well.
What an excellent entry. I pray for my own children as this MC did for her daughter. Until they can see to guard their hearts, we need to seek the Lord out on their behalf so they ultimately will come to the conclusion that guarding one's heart is crucial. Your scripture was right on target, as was the body of your commentary. Nicely done. I see why you were a winner!
I can guarantee the honesty of the story because I got the call that her daughter and grandkids had a small window of escape the evening my husband and I got back from St Louis. Call came at 5:00PM, our Dad and I were in the car racing to the town my niece lived in. After driving six+ hours that day, I was again in the driver's seat heading to get the kids and my niece. We arrived by 10PM, had everything we could get in a van and a car out in 20 minutes, and with my nephews help loading and leading us our of town, got back on the road before the ungodly husband showed up. We left there at 10:20 and had them safely in Tulsa by 4:30AM the next morning. That's what families do: they help in any way they can to rescue their family from harm. We didn't have to think twice and never regreted doing it.