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  • My favorite line is “the slow drip of grace.” Thank God for slow and sure. This was Beautiful to read.

    July 07, 2016
    • Emily

      Thank you Jody. That is a loaded line that was birthed from a week of grief! So glad it spoke to you.

      July 07, 2016
  • Such a beautiful, poignant poem, Emily. “The center’s tale” made me think of Corrie ten Boom’s story. Perhaps you’ve heard it, in spite of how young you are! As a young child Corrie was afraid of her family members dying, that she could never survive such tragedy. Papa ten Boom asked her, “When we go to Amsterdam, when do I give you your train ticket?” She replied, “Just before we get on the train.” Papa told her God would give her the faith she needed–when she needed it–for all of her life-experiences, including the deaths of loved ones. God did uphold Corrie through the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps. Within the center of each of us who know Jesus, is the faith to face the tale of fire, rain, wind, or pain. Praise God!

    July 29, 2016

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