We’ve told our kids no a hundred times. We’ve said no to those who demand our time. We’ve said no to the unwelcome solicitor at the door. When someone tells us no—it stings. But what if it was God who voiced the nay? Continue reading “When God says “No””
The moving truck is full. Your house is barren save the lone piece of luggage sitting next to you on the carpet. Your mind travels from room to room over all the memories, tender and terrible, in this spot you called home. You hear the moving truck rumble away with all your earthly belongings. You glance back at the house one more time before sliding into the driver seat of your car then pull away, leaving a piece of your heart behind.
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