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Good To Me

Mom and I were on our way to Gracie and Jimmy’s soccer game. “He’s just so good to you, ya know?” she said to me, her eyes on the road. “I mean, He’s been so gentle with you this whole … Continue reading

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The Poisonous Nature of Self-Dependence, and its sister, People-Pleasing

The sun beat down on my face as I stormed off down the sidewalk. I fought the desire to throw up at noticing the irony of carrying my Bible in my arm while also carrying so much hate in my … Continue reading

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God Believes in Family

When Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy confronted Elizabeth Bennett with his feelings for her, of which she’d, up to that point, remained completely unaware, he paired up the declaration with a number of insults, including a handful of jabs at the mannerisms … Continue reading

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My New Roommate Is A Mouse Named Cedric

God does this really cool thing where, even though I’ve made the wrong decision and given in to my fears or my insecurities, He forgives me and brings me back into His arms. He wipes away my guilt and destroys … Continue reading

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Learning How To Win

“You should be angry about this.” “This situation justifies your holding a grudge.” “This is unforgivable.” “You need to secure your independence.” I sometimes forget that, although the holidays are meant to be a time of relaxation, of joy and … Continue reading

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