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July 22, 2009

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Diane

Good morning, Kerry:)

Returned, again, this morning, to reread this beautiful post. Thank you for sharing!

Paul Pennington

Thanks Kerry...Reading this reminded me of the last time I had lunch with the most Godly man I have ever known. It was not long before his unexpected death. I asked Russel of all that he had learned from the Lord, what did he wish he'd learned sooner.......His reply with a smile was very quick and simple: " Just to Let GO"

Thanks Kerry for this post very timely and needed.
Paul

Stacie Clifton

Oh my, this is addressing EXACTLY where I am- I am so stuck, no MIRED in this mess. and everything I am- and have been for the last 15+ years has been fear motivated! I don't KNOW how to be different. I ahve tried so hard to be obeiant to God's will, and this is NOT how I expected things to work out. I want to write so much more, but too painful right now. Just a BIG thank you to Kerry- you are an inspiration-God is using you in a big way!

julie in ca

I am going to find this book. Thanks for the recommendation.

kathy naylor

I have ordered the book, as I gained so much from your blog. Pray for us!

Ann

Kerry,
I continue to pray for you. I was reading this verse today, as hard as it is at times, it's nice to remember He does not disappoint us.
Romans 5:3,4
We also REJOICE in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces PERSEVERANCE; perseverance, CHARACTER; and character, HOPE. And hope does not disappoint us, because God has poured out his love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, whom he has given us.

It is so hard for me to remember that suffering leads to hope. I love the end of this verse; God has poured out his love into our hearts. I have this great visual of Him pouring His love straight into my heart. And it does give me hope. Praying for you today.
Praying--Ann

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