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Sunday Community With Jumping Tandem ~ November 10, 2013

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I hope you have a blessed week! I'll be praying for those missing in America. May they be found soon~bring them home!


So glad I visited you today, Rona, my fellow Jesus-lover! I'm just a couple doors down from you at The Sunday Community.

Your quotation reminds me of the message I just heard this morning: that I can find the victory when my OUTLOOK is an UPLOOK...focused on my King!

Do you know that new song by Mandisa, "Overcomer"? I just linked it up over at Deidra's ("You're an Overcomer"), and that's the message I want to send to you today...because I, too, suffer from chronic depression, and I hear your heart. Praise the Lord for the wisdom of good doctors and counselors whom He has placed in my path on this difficult journey... He truly does redeem our pain.

There is hope, friend, and though I still have a ways to go, I boldly claim with 1 Peter 2:24 that I have been "Healed By His Wounds"!

God bless you,

P.S. In case you're interested, I just completed a "31 Days" writing challenge this October called "Where Depression Meets Grace: 31 Days in the Hands of the Healer" (also my very first attempt at blogging!). Feel free to come on over anytime for encouragement:
martha68 said…
rona, thanks for stopping by:) nice to meet w you:)

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