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I have a daughter that is struggling with believing that there's a higher power - even though she was raised going to church she stopped believing as years went by.

At some point in her life with the way her life was going she started questioning if there really was a God, because if there was, why? You know... why is my life this way, why am I going through this, why don't I hear you speak to me God... why, why, why? I myself have had my bouts with the why's at certain times in my life. God seems to be the first one to question when life isn't going as we planned.

Tuesday evening she prayed with a group  -  Wednesday she had enough of her prayer answered to give her some hope and a bit of faith that she had lost over the years. The excitement of her telling me about her prayer and what had transpired was priceless.

It's baby steps!

Love your Thursday!!!!


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