Praying for My Daughter-in-law

Challenges Women Face

January 31, 2017

Dear Julie:

My family is in turmoil. My son got married last year and his wife doesn’t like me, his dad, or his sister. She suffers from cat allergies. She is on auto immune therapy and also allergy shots. We are not allowed in their home

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Damsel in Distress

Challenges Women Face

January 13, 2016

Dear Julie

My husband and I recently separated because of my dishonesty which “led” to his cheating and having a baby outside of our marriage 7 months after bearing his first child.

Rewind and pause for a second… I forgave him and accepted baby girl as

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Just Wanting Peace

Challenges Women Face

March 25, 2016

Hi Julie,

I have been married for a year. We just relocated to North Carolina. My husband has a sick father, whom I have seen but never been introduced to.

My husband spends the majority of his time with his father overnights. There are times when

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Praising God

Facing Our Challenges Head-On!

September 4, 2015

Dear Julie: Just wanted to take a moment to praise God. I complain too frequently about things in life and want to balance that out by acknowledging all that He has done for me—often things I find out about later. I’m trying to become

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The Promise of Peace in 2010

Yesterday I asked the question: What would your life be like without worry or stress?

Can you even imagine a life without worry or stress? Panic seems to be an integral part of the human condition. We sometimes even cling to panic as proof that we’re conscious of the state of things. “Well, duh, of

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A Promise to Lift Your Spririts

They say that depression is highest around the holidays, especially Christmas. Having experienced a “low” over Thanksgiving, I now understand what a downer depression can be.

Could God ever want me to be depressed?Then where does depression originate?And what is the antidote for it?

Consider this: “The joy of the Lord is your strength” (Nehemiah

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Promise #1–Psalm 133:1 KJ V

Well, here we are. Are you ready to discuss our first of God’s 800 promises in the Bible? How about starting with a verse that promotes peace and unity? Perhaps we need to remember this verse more during the Christmas holidays than at any other time.

“Behold, how good and pleasant it is for brethren

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A String of Selah Pearls – Psalm 32:1-4

Positioned gracefully across the Book of Psalms is a string of seventy-one pearls, lovely beads of wisdom followed by the admonition SELAH which means, “Pause, think on these things, meditate.”

Psalm 32:1-4 “Blessed is he whose transgressions are forgiven, whose sins are covered.

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