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April 10, 2018


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Amy Yarbrough

Love it! An attitude that is crucially needed for mankind. I think of God as a Papa, who is teaching us to ride our bike on our own. Sometimes we fall, but he picks us right back up, and is always concerned and healing towards our every pain. Trusting him allows his care to manifest. Only mankind interferes with this precious trust. God is capable of healing our relationship and trust in him and does all He can to make it so. Oh, that still small ever present voice <3 Always there <3

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