A Reed Shaken By The Wind?

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Holly says Jun 16, 2015

Totally agree my friend! Oh so thankful He knows us and will finish the good work he started in us, as we press in dying to ourself daily!! :) Oh so hard but yet so satisfying!! Keep the faith, fight on!

Holly says Jun 16, 2015

Totally agree my friend! Oh so thankful He knows us and will finish the good work he started in us, as we press in dying to ourself daily!! :) Oh so hard but yet so satisfying!! Keep the faith, fight on!

Juliana Wright says May 18, 2015

You are a gifted writer, I really enjoyed reading this! And it made me think a little about the reed and what that means. Sure a reed bends easily in the wind, but it's an aggressive and tolerant plant that spreads rapidly and heartily. The reed is fed by the water, so much so that they are found next to it or immersed in it. When cured, they have great strength and are useful material. They shield and provide protection to life around them. So my take on this is that even something that appears weak is designed for a greater purpose.

Lynnette Kozer says May 18, 2015

I can't wait to listen to this sermon. Thank you for sharing and being my spiritual sister. Worshiping and seeking more of Him with you has truly blessed my life!

Thanks for this powerful message and I am blessed. says May 18, 2015

God bless you and your entire family.

Mark says May 17, 2015

Good stuff, sister.

James Amos says May 17, 2015

Honey, I learn SO MUCH about following the Lord from you. You are an amazing woman of God. I adore you.

I'm really thankful that you have brought me into the world of Wholeheartedness. I didn't know a word I preached today before I met you. I thank God for you.

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