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Jumping Tandem Sunday: Being In a Better Place


Joyce Meyer
My husband and I celebrate 17 years of marriage last Friday! But we also celebrated us being in a better place, spiritually, financially and emotionally.

Thank you Heavenly Father for your continuing love, support and blessings.

Comments

Beth said…
Happy Anniversary! I love what you shared because I feel the same. My husband and I will celebrate 23 years later this year. We were saved just a little over 2 years ago and I Thank God every day for how He has grown us both spiritually and strengthened our marriage. Blessings to you.
Yeah! Congrats! Moving onward, upward, yes?

Linda
victory said…
Congrats! May you be blessed with many, many more years of marriage. Have a blessed week!
dina n. said…
Hi Mona and congratulations on doing what many in "our" community have not been able to accomplish. Blessings upon blessings.
Z said…
Hey Happy Annversary to you.
Iam glad that you are in a better place and I know exactly what it means.
Much Love Z
3dlessons4life said…
Happy Anniversary! What a legacy! :)
Thank you everyone!
caryjo said…
Dave and I are heading to our 28th Dating Anniversary on May 19th. On Sept. 21st, we will be entering 28th wedding anniversary. I/we rejoice.

Being married joyfully is one of the blessings of our world. AND, bless you and your dear one.

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