Tag Archives: grief
There is something healing about walking a pen or pencil slowly across a page. This is one main reason I love to journal. Years ago, when I was grieving the loss of a dear friend, I wrote the following letter to myself during a quiet […]
I think most of us have memories we look back on that we are not proud of . . . things we did that were less than kind. I have one of those from my elementary school years. When I was six or seven, my […]
Have you ever believed that you could fulfill God’s destiny or purpose for your life if you could just leave your past behind? In Nehemiah 2:3, Nehemiah describes to the king who he served as a cupbearer, that he was sad because Jerusalem, the city […]
I once spoke with a woman who told me that she had been badly mistreated by a family member. No doubt, the injustice she experienced was very hurtful, and it has created a mess of lies in her life that have been very difficult to […]
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