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I loved this! Thanks for the reminder of how God knows us so well and knows exactly how to get through! thanks for inspiring me today x
Such a descriptive read! I wonder how many times we allow that voice of darkness control our actions, instead of following the Light. Well done.
This is beautifully written. I was holding my breath in hopes you'd find the light. I believe it was there, especially for you.
My husband and I both had relationships with our dad's that we needed to reconcile. As it turned out we made amends before they passed away. There is always hope!

Thanks for sharing. Blessing, LaVonne
Our truest family is the family of God. What a wonderful example of this truth. I felt so relieved for you when you arrived at church. Thank you for this!
We all have times of being stubborn. Some times it can help protect us but other times it can be used as a stumbling block. Thank you for sharing and may not all your rainbows lead to Oz
This is beautifully written -and so compelling to read. Thank you for sharing such a journey which I think many of us can identify with, at least in part. I can't help thinking of the lines of that wonderful hymn ' When Satan tempts me to despair and tells me of the guilt within, Upward I look at see Him there - Who made a end of all my sin.'
Excellent writing - thank you for taking us with you on this walk of faith.
Hey Shann, lovely to see you in the Challenge again. I love this beautifully written and compelling article and the message you so clearly portray. I would not have recognised it as yours had your name not been on top. It's the absence of bodily fluids that threw me off track. I may need to book a counselling session to overcome acute withdrawal symptoms, but I forgive you.