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March 13, 2006


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JoAnna Martens

This post was especially informative to me. My mom left the family about 5 years ago, but still lives close by with her new husband and 3yr old child. As I sat and talked with her and allowed her for the first time to state her case (I had a lot of resentful feelings), I saw her reasoning behind her divoricing my dad. She allowed her feelings to be her master rather than master over them- and most importantly, not allowing God to be Master over her. It is an easy thing to do, and I have seen the danger of not heeding this advice you give. Thank you for touching on it, and causing me to think about my own life and what needs to be addressed. God bless!



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What a timely and awesome post. This really ministered to me today, as the Lord has been teaching me more about this subject for over three weeks now. From what you shared about your study group, I believe it will be a life-impacting, life-changing time of learning. Makes me wish I lived in y'all's area! Perhaps you can give us more tidbits if time permits....

Thanks for posting this!

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