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I was behind … tired … and stressed out. I had too many irons in the fire and too many writing deadlines staring me in the face. So when my husband Dan asked if he could do anything to help, I said, “Sure! You can write one of the Girlfriends in God devotions I need to turn in tomorrow.” I didn’t really think he would do it. But he did. And God used it to smack me right between the eyes. I just had to share it with you!
There are so things I absolutely adore about my wife of forty years. She is my best friend, the best mom I have ever known, and the walking definition of
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Connecting Our Hearts, Part 1
Girlfriends in God co-founders Sharon Jaynes, Gwen Smith and Mary Southerland pause to read and discuss a few emails.
Father, I confess that I try to do life on my own. I try to figure things out and change my ways on my own. Please forgive me for my “I do it myself” attitude. Teach me to depend on You. Thank You for wanting to help me. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
Friend to Friend I was behind … tired … and stressed out. I had too many irons in the fire and too many writing deadlines staring me in the face. So when my husband Dan asked if he could do anything to help, I said, “Sure! You can write one of the Girlfriends in God devotions I need to turn in tomor...