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February 02, 2012

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Linda Cooper

So good to see a post, Debbie!

I'm so thankful that you will be
able to have Isaiah on alternate weekends! It will be good for him and you as well. I will be praying for traveling mercies for you -- and for God's strength as you get through all the stressful details.

Indeed where would any of us be without God's grace that covers us yesterday, today and tomorrow and (as the song says) "and grace will lead me/us home". The older I get, the more I understand what it is like to long for "home" -- and Roger's words in "Home Free" play over and over in my head and heart. "Soon and Very Soon" we will all be home free and "all our labors and trials will be over" "as we dwell in the house of the Lord forever"!
Love and prayers,
Linda Cooper

Barb

I'm so glad you will be a part of Isaih"s life, I just wish you didnot have to drive so far. Please be careful, you have a lot on your mind, and It's so easy to start focusing on other things when we drive. I know if we were all honest, we all have had trouble loving those who have hurt us. It doesn't heal overnight, it takes time and with God's help we will heal....don"t ask me when.. ha..Just some humor there..but it is a process.
Please take care of yourself, you are so special to us, even though many of us have never met you, we know you have a lot of love & kindness for others. It's just hard not to love a person like you. Take Care Deb.

Diane Altes

So glad to see your post! And yes, thank God for that AMAZING grace!! I totally understand about loving and praying for those who've hurt us. The love of my life walked away from our marriage two years ago after 38....38!!....years. But God has indeed been faithful. Hang in there, Debbie. Just take one step at a time knowing that God has promised to "make our paths straight". You are such a blessing!

Barbara Weaver

Thanks Debbie for your encouragement, I am trying to forgive an estranged son, and when ever I almost give up, you are there telling me ways to continue to forgive. Amazing Grace has new meaning.
Love you and prayers for Dad. Barb Wisc

JUDY HICKS

Hi Debbie,
As always glad to hear from you. Also glad that you will be able to continue to be in Isaiah's life. Just hang in and you will see the blessings God has in store for you and you will be amazed. As I have said before, Isaiah is one blessed little boy to have you.
Was sorry to hear about your dad's problems but it is good that he is feeling better and will feel even more so when he is able to get home. I pray that he will continue mending.
Insurance companies are amazing..you pay for years and never bother them then one thing happens and probably won't happen again in your life time...they write you off. Loyalty is a thing of the past.
Keep us posted on your dad...thanks for sharing with us.
Love and Prayers,
Judy Hicks

Jeannie

We had an insurance company for 30+ years with no claims and they wanted to double our rates. We went to 3A for everything. We are very pleased. Check them out, Debbie.

carmen

I am glad things are being worked through, and I understand about forgiving those who have hurt us.

Sarah UK

Hi Debbie,
So glad that you are still able to see Isaiah. I read a quote yesterday from Wess Stafford, President of Compassion International, " I have become convinced that if GOD stands a child before you, for even just a minute, it is a divine appointment." You will be such a blessing in Isaiah's life. Praying for you travelling and dealing with all the stresses. God bless you,Sarah (UK)

JUDY HICKS

HI DEBBIE,
HOPE ALL IS GOING WELL WITH YOU AND YOURS. JUST WANTED TO DROP BY AND WISH YOU A HAPPY VALENTINES. AS YOU SHOULD WELL KNOW BY NOW YOU ARE LOVED..JUST WANTED TO GIVE YOU A LITTLE REMINDER.
LOVE AND PRAYERS,
JUDY HICKS

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