“Look for the hardest decision to make. That’s usually the right one. ” I’ll never forget hearing my dad absent-mindedly dropping that truth bomb on me on a quiet car trip. I don’t even remember the context-but I remember the deep clarity it brought me.
If we could have coffee today, I'd say, "Let's talk about gratitude. " "In everything give thanks, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you," says 1 Thessalonians 5:18. There's one little word in that verse I recently realized makes all the difference.
"Promise you'll never leave me. " It's a question that's probably been asked a million times. I know I've asked it. And it has been asked of me. In sweet moments of love we may have made that promise.
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Over the last several weeks I have been dealing with several family issues. I have found hope through prayer and the music I hear here on KLRC.
Over the last several weeks I have been dealing with several family issues. I have found hope through prayer and the music I hear here on KLRC. Every time I hear this station I am reminded that God is good and He has a plan for these situations. KLRC encourages me to continue forward.
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I am wrestling with news I received Sunday night. My Sweet Aunt Carol called to let me know that her liver is failing and that the Doctors are only giving her days to live. She wanted to make sure I knew how much she loved me and to tell my daughter (who has prayed for her healing during bedtime prayers) that no matter the outcome make sure that she knows God did answer her prayers and that he did heal her. She has been battling stage 4 colon cancer for almost 3 years. I went to see her yesterday and she is still during her last days serving others and her church as much as she can. She is planning all the arrangements if God were to take her home soon, so that her husband does not have to worry about any of it. She is the person I call when I ever have a problem or if my daughter has a God/Faith question that I cannot find the answer to. She is the strongest God fearing woman I have ever known and as much as I want to be selfish and keep her here I know God's plan is bigger than my own.