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Jumping Tandem Sunday: "We Long to Be Healed"

Last month, I attended Inside Chatter, a Women of Faith webinar, last month. That's when I heard Sheila Walsh speak. Her words resonated with me that evening. I decided to Google her, found a series of her books.

This one stood out, The Heartache No One Sees.

"It took me a long time to be able to receive God's love, to believe that His love is as constant on my bad days as on my ducks-in-a-row days. I believe it now with all my heart and soul." Sheila Walsh

Powerful words for those of suffering from a broken heart and soul! I pray that you shall feel the healing hands of the Heavenly Father on you!

Thank you to Jumping Tandem for hosting Sunday!


Janis Cox said…
Oh so true,
But when we finally realize that God loves us and wants the best for us (His best and not our ideas) then we can let go and feel His Presence.
Sheila Walsh books are great. I have one on my dresser waiting for time to be read.
Feel free to join the LINKY on my Sunday Stillness or Wednesday's Word. said…
It took me a long time to realize that, but I still struggle some days when I don't have my ducks in a row. So reminders are always great. Thank you for sharing this.
Sona Zemkova said…
thank you for taking time visiting my blog. hope you had lovely weekend xx Sonishka
Geneva said…
Thank You Berry .. This is an area where so many need a healing touch.
Amanda said…
Those really are powerful words! I'm so thankful for God's love each and every day!! :) Thanks so much for sharing, have a blessed day!!
Alison said…
Berry, thanks for sharing. This reminds me of the song "How Deep the Father's Love for Us." It takes us a while to get a deep understanding of it. I think it will take all of eternity for us to truly "get" it. I'm grateful that He never lets go of us!

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