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Your book is amazing, I have laughed, cried, and then laughed some more. My post-it notes have come down and all my books are neatly placed on my bookshelf instead of randomly left opened for a certain someone to see (LOL). I loved the stories your readers shared.
Reading your story on going to church alone was like replaying many of my Sunday mornings. I have never felt so alone in a room full of people as I have on some Sunday mornings, but this past Sunday I walked in with a confident heart.
I am learning to depend on Jesus, and you know what? It's a great feeling! I feel like this huge weight has been lifted off of my shoulders. I don't have to worry about my husband being saved, I don't have to worry about my marriage....God's got it! He's handling it and I am thankful and praising Him through it. I am so thankful that I will no longer have a marriage full of anger, resentment, bitterness and worst of all loneliness, instead I look forward to a marriage full of love, forgiveness, understanding, a marriage full of God's grace.
Lynn, last night I finished the questions for key#3, and this morning I gave thanks to the Lord for the things I most admired about my husband....I didn't realize how,ugh I don't even have the words to explain what happened as I went down my list. This was such an eye opener, so many things, so many moments went through my head, I have taken this wonderful man for granted. I have been so busy focusing on all the pain that I have missed out on a wonderful husband. This was really a great exercises, I needed to be reminded why I married this man and this did it.
I am now a regular on you website. I look forward to reading your daily message. You and Dineen are wonderful! Thank you for all that you guys do. Your prayers have also become a part of my days.
I know there is a lot of work ahead of me, but I'm willing to do it, my husband and my marriage are worth it. ~ Mary