Today’s Wisdom Key

When suffering through an extremely difficult situation, if in the midst of it, you can still manage to say “God, I love you” and mean it, undoubtedly, you have matured spiritually and have established a real connection with the Creator of this universe – our Father. With that in mind, you can rest assured that you will get through that difficulty, rise above the pain and emerge victorious in every area of your life. Your unconditional love for God will steer you into the miraculous.

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Her eyes veered over to the door of the room she had slept in for months. Rising from the floor and feeling sicker by the moment, Solange walked over to the door. She pushed it all the way open and just stood there appraising the room. She now seriously wondered why it was decorated the way it was: The blue wall paint, the childish paintings and twin beds. It had to have been the children’s room. Only, Greg never said that he had children.

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5 stars
An unusual and gripping story
By  Mags   on December 14, 2014
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“Rarely have I read such a unique story. The characters were realistic, the descriptions and prose excellent and the sequence of this unusual and original story was easy to follow. I cannot wait for the next one. This novel warrants more than 5 stars.”

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Beautifully Written!!
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“One of the best suspense thrillers I have ever read!!!! You are not going to want to put it down. Beautifully written! Definitely a must read.”

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‘What’s In An Apology?’ This article on my FB page got in excess of 52 shares. I was stunned!

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(Originally published November, 2014)

I just had to share this message with you today:

I was in my kitchen this morning thinking about how God requires us to always forgive others no matter what they have done – no matter how painful, hurtful or disrespectful the whole matter turned out to be. I have no problem with this at all – was just thinking. Then, a question came to mind as I thought about everyone whom I had forgiven over the years (went before God and sincerely forgiven them) for some really heavy stuff and how 99% of them never came back to me and even ‘asked’ for forgiveness. I realize that some people (professed Christians especially, it seems) will know that they have done some really bad things to someone else that hurt that person’s feelings or betrayed them in some way, and purely due to pride (because they…

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Today’s Wisdom Key

Your passion, if not ignored, will take you to your destiny.