When she spoke, she couldn’t have known.
That the words freely offered?
They gave voice to the thoughts long-swirling in my mind. The wrestle in my soul.
The worst thing that could ever happen was for people to kill the Son of God.
And God took that, and He made it into the best thing that could ever happen:
We’ve been talking about community in this series within a series.
And how, sometimes, community hurts.
But, to stop there would miss the sweetest part.
It’s true. He transforms. Redeems. Loves.
Will you stay with me to see what’s on the flip side of the pain?
Thank you, friends!
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*Mom watching the kids so I could get a haircut, with a giftcard (counts as 3, don’t you think?)
*A comment that warmed my heart
*Allume so close I can almost touch it
*A new painting
*The sweet and hilarious things Grace says
*A moment a grace and courage that allowed me to say the right thing
*Last minute meet up at the park with Katie
*The book and booster chair exchange
*Peppermint Mocha coffee creamer
*Surprise spending money
*Blessings I didn’t realize I had