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I Fell In Love With My Rescuer

You’ve all heard the story. A girl endures a tragic situation to which a handsome young rescue worker responds and is the one to save her life. Not too long after the incident, they fall madly in love and live happily ever after. Sounds familiar, huh? Well today, I’m here to tell you my personal… Continue reading I Fell In Love With My Rescuer

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How To Recover From Divorce

It’s now been over a year since my husband and I separated; and in this year, I have shared such sweet fellowship and friendship with my Heavenly Father. Early on, I bought myself a new Bible– a blank canvas ready to record the words God Himself would speak to me. I wanted to be able… Continue reading How To Recover From Divorce

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3 Habits of A Truly Satisfied Person

Perhaps you can relate, but in this season of life, I’ve been settling into a new routine praying for the secret to being truly satisfied to be revealed. In my time with Jesus, He has clearly laid three habits on my heart that, if followed daily, leads to truesatisfaction regardless of your current circumstances. Habit… Continue reading 3 Habits of A Truly Satisfied Person

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Why I Don’t Want To Be A Proverbs 31 Woman- And Why You Shouldn’t Either

You’ve heard it before. You know who “she” is. And you might even know verses 29 and 30 like the back of your hand. vs. 29 Many women have done excellently, but you surpass them all. vs. 30 Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised. Perhaps you even… Continue reading Why I Don’t Want To Be A Proverbs 31 Woman- And Why You Shouldn’t Either

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Some Things Never Change

Change is a funny thing. I myself am not afraid of change. In my 26 years of living I have experienced my fair share of it and have come to accept it as part of the ebb and flow of life. I’m not always particularly fond of the process of change or the feeling from… Continue reading Some Things Never Change

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I Still Love My Ex-Husband

Yes, I still love my ex-husband. Oh please, dear friend, hear my heart. These words are not written flippantly; so, hang tight for a moment and please let the Holy Spirit’s words that flow through my fingers as I type resonate in your heart as you read. Divorce is messy and leaves scars on both… Continue reading I Still Love My Ex-Husband

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How I Survived Divorce At 25

Some of you are probably only reading this to figure out what in the world I mean by this. Is this some kind of play on words? Could it really be true? And with a broken heart, the answer is a sad and unfortunate, yes. Here’s the thing. I’ve been given this blog title and… Continue reading How I Survived Divorce At 25