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Are  you a busy woman who's struggling to connect with God in the craziness of everyday life? Me too. This is why I write 5-minute devotions. Short enough to read in the carpool line, in the break room, at home, or anywhere you find five minutes for quiet reflection.

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6 comments:

  1. My faith grows daily. A house fire brought me closer to God. He does indeed use trials to our advantage and I'm so grateful. Praise be to God always

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    1. Oh Barbara's, I'm so sorry about the fire, bu so thankful God has used such a hard thing to draw you closer to himself. Blessings to you!

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  2. Hello...I just read your blog about reasons God might not be rescuing us and some of the reasons did apply to my current situation. I'm struggling with why it seems God isn't answering my prayers whether it be yes or no answer. I feel as though my sins have damaged me for good and although he has forgiven me I'm to live a life of turmoil as my punishment. I've begged God to make something happen and nothing is budging. And sometimes I feel that I don't care what the change is because I'm so desperate to see his work. I'm sorry for feeling this way but my soul is exhausted and I'm running on empty.

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    1. Belen,
      It's so hard to continue to exercise faith and trust when life is hard. I understand spiritual and physical exhaustion. When I feel this way, Galatians 6:9 encourages me: "Don't be weary in doing good, for you will reap a harvest if you don't give up." The Psalms are also a great comfort, because David experienced difficult and dark times, was very transparent with God, yet never gave up. Please know that I'm lifting you up to the Father right now. Blessings to you, friend.

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  3. Yes, even ladies like moi in California enjoy/learn from you! Your blogs are great & not sure how I found you, but am very glad...don't become weary in doing this GOOD! I'm a TM member/Christian wife/mom and nurse and applaud you!

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    1. I'm glad you found me, too! Thank you for your kind words and support. May God richly bless you as you seek to follow Him.

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