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Abandonment is a feeling that every one of us has had to face at one time or another in our lives. At the time of the occurrence, there is nothing remotely positive that can be derived out of feeling abandoned. Only in the aftermath of the event can we somewhat see the benefit of what []The post Abandonment Issues: Overcoming Feelings of Abandonment by God appeared first on FaithsMessenger.Com.
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Abandonment is a feeling that every one of us has had to face at one time or another in our lives. At the time of the occurrence, there is nothing remotely positive that can be derived out of feeling abandoned. Only in the aftermath of the event can we somewhat see the benefit of what []The post Abandonment Issues: Overcoming Feelings of Abandonment by God appeared first on FaithsMessenger.Com.
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Everyone has that chore that they just hate doing around the house. You know what I’m talking about. That chore that you and your spouse wait on the other one to do. You always try to wait each other out on doing. For some of you, it’s the trash. You hate taking the trash out, so you let it pile up until nothing else will fit on top of the full trash can. For my wife and I, that chore is folding laundry. We hate folding laundry. Several weeks»
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  Pulling from her own past struggles with faith and forgiveness– Romantic Suspense Author Lisa Carter spins a story filled with betrayal, abandonment, and plenty of suspense in her new release–Carolina Reckoning.     What’s it all about? Alison Monaghan wasn’t surprised by what she found in her husband’s coat pocket . . . until she becomes the chief suspect in his murder. Detective Mike Barefoot, a Cherokee native from the Blue Ri»
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      I’ve begun reading a book titled, Hurt, by Chap Clark. The premise is that kids today are wounded, not so much from “helicopter parenting” but by abandonment; collective neglect and adult driven self-focus. While we address the growing problem of youth entitlement, let’s not forget from whom they’ve learned, all while trying to push it off on our culture! We’ve all read that today’s children feel entitled, more than any»
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So, I'm teetering this week. Trying to find times hidden in joy between the fray of daily life and it's demands. You know the one between wholly abandonment at the feet like Mary and task performing duties of Martha. If I completely neglect the one, then I negate them both. I've been entrusted with a husband, kids, a home and tending to things this side of Heaven. There is this idea of good stewardship that I want to take serious. But also, d»
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I was on the receiving end of a divorce today.  The ink is dry.  I am no longer a wife. I have felt a thousand and one emotions the past few days.  Anxiety.  Sorrow.  Rejection.  Doubt.  Abandonment. Gratitude for the good things that came from our marriage.  I’ve cried through my wedding DVD and laughed through tears over sweet love letters from our college days. This divorce – this forever severing»
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CONNECT WITH ME: Have you ever wondered what is wrong with you? Why you can’t do things right? Why you are the way you are? Hold tight, you are about to find out how to overcome your weaknesses in this two part series.  There is one simple tip that will change your life! We all have them.  Try as we may to sweep them under the carpet, our flaws, our shortcomings and our failures still exist.  In fact, often stand out to us bright as day.»
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Friends,Have you been as disturbed as I have been over the troubling news of Robin Williams' suicide? One of my kiddos has had bouts of depression that have been very concerning. I asked my very wise friend, Lucille Zimmerman, a licensed  professional counselor and author, to help me (and you)  identify some red flags. Normally my blogs only go out once a week UNLESS there are some unusual circumstances. I felt this week fell into that cate»
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Zambia:// a African country. over 1 million orphans. only 7 years of bad education. life expectancy of 52. children raising children. Zambia is a country with a lot of pain, hurting, and devastation. It is a totally different community compared to America. However, Zambia and the children that occupy it now hold my whole heart. When I was around 10 years old, God placed a desire on my heart to serve in Africa. For my parents, a 10 year old saying»