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Divine Guidance: A Blueprint for Biblical Decision-Making

Decisions, decisions. Life is full of them, from the small and seemingly insignificant to those that can change the course of our lives forever. In the midst of these crossroads, many of us seek guidance to make choices that align with our faith and values. So, what does the Bible say about decision-making? Let’s explore […]

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Here's something I need you to know today. My body is rarely pain-free.

Here’s something I need you to know today.My body is rarely pain-free. Some of that is because this old girl has taken 46 trips around the sun. Some of it is due to hormonal fluctuations during this season of life that increase inflammation. But most of it is due to living in a body with […]

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Struggling with sleep? Here are two things I am doing to help with that.

Lately I’ve been struggling with sleep. I can’t fall asleep at bedtime. I can’t fall back to sleep when I wake up at 2:00 am every. single. night. I don’t even have to look at the clock anymore when I wake up. I know it’s 2:00 am.  You too? Let me share with you two […]

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Being thankful for the circumstances of life

I wanted to see the sunrise. I crawled out of bed as carefully as I could, trying not to wake my husband. It would be glorious, I just knew it. Sunrises at the beach were always glorious. We were on vacation at a tiny cottage on the coast. Overlooking the quiet sound waters, the cottage […]

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Have you ever been in a dilemma where there was not an earthly resolution? For reasons that we cannot understand or explain, some problems we are up against just will not be solved by human action. In every situation, we’ve got to take our earthly action to the heavenly realm. Human problems need divine intervention. […]

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picture of gifts for blog post titled: One Thing to Remember When You Have A Bad Day

From the backseat, I listened to her sweet laughter free itself from a wide grin. My other friend in the driver’s seat joined in the giggling as they recounted memories we had just made together on a girls’ weekend getaway. SISTERS OF THE HEART We have been friends for over twenty years, although I wouldn’t […]

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baby's breath flowers tucked in a book on a pink blanket

I have had enough, Lord. This was my heart’s cry one recent morning as I moved slowly along my prayer walk. So many loved ones were hurting, struggling, and sitting with hard stuff. The gray skies above echoed the weight of my prayers, signaling the storms that were to roll in later today. My own week […]

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Three Things I Am Learning by Praying Daily | www.therescuedletters.com

We’ve just returned from an overnight trip to DC with my son’s fifth grade class, and that’s why I’m still in my pajamas as I write this. Here’s what a trip to DC in March with 60 kids looks like: Walking. Walking. Walking. A 4:30am fire alarm. A noreaster with 70+ mph wind gusts. Government shutdown of everything […]

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Diagnosed with an incurable genetic disorder that I inherited from my mom, I know what it's like living with a story that is not easy. I've got a slew of major medical events in my chart. Oh and my doctors tell me that my life expectancy with vEDS is 48. So there’s that.

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