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Five Minute Friday- Again

Today I am linking up and doing the 5 Minute Friday Challenge!  To Be Honest, I really don't know where i'm going with this post, so we will both go on a journey of a developing post. Please enjoy...



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GO!

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God Heals.



In our daily lives we, are often hurt. We either hurt our selves-by sin- or others hurt us. ( in multiple ways) We can often get caught up in sin, without even realizing it. We can often be hurting the other person, without even realizing it. 

But, no matter what, God heals. God will Heal YOU, and/or the Other Person! When we are hurt, and we need someone to comfort us, God is there. God is ready at our side, to help us, to heal us. Over and over Again. 

God will never stop healing us. For many reasons. He knows that we will be hurt, either spiritually or physically. Now, I'm not saying, we are all hurt at every moment of every day or that we are hurting someone every moment of everyday. What i'm saying is that, if at any time in our day, we may be lacking in Faith, Trust, ect... God is there to give us little signs, to restore our Faith, Trust, ect.. 

We just all have to remember,

If God brings you into it 
He will bring you through it!
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God heals... Over and Over Again....


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Comments

  1. Amen, so true. Thanks for inspiring me.

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    1. Thank You, for coming and reading this post! I really didn't know where I was going at the beginning so I hope this was okay :D

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  2. so very true! He's all about healing!

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    1. Our God, Is a God of healing and Love! He will always be there for us! Thanks for commenting :]

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  3. Amen! God heals! I can't imagine a world without the physical, emotional, and spiritual healing of our great God! Thanks Mike!

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    1. Our lives are certainly filled with Gods perfect love! Without it, life just wouldn't be the same. On one level I think we are blinded from all God does for us, and on another level we see everything Great God does for us! Thank For commenting :D

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