He is Risen, Indeed! Hallelujah!

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Jesus, thank you for your deliverance.
Jesus, thank you for your forgiveness.
Jesus, thank you for showing compassion.
Jesus, thank you for understanding.
Jesus, thank you for your immense love.
Jesus, thank you. Thank you.
Jesus, thank you for your goodness.
Jesus, thank you for your patience.
Jesus, thank you for your warmth of joy.
Most importantly, Jesus, thank you for fulfilling the covenant.
Because of your mercy you gave me and many people eternal life.

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I hope your Easter was a richly blessed one! πŸ™‚

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Jesus said to him, β€œI am the way, and the truth, and the life.
No one comes to the Father except through me.
||John 14:6||

twenty / sixteen

Begin with:
Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering,
for He who promised is faithful.
|Hebrews 10:23|
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I must say, this year has been emotionally hard, but so rewarding at the same time. A wonderful reflection of God’s immense love, prayer, hope and faithfulness to Him. One of my dearest friends said this to me shortly after I moved, “Being obedient to God is a wonderful thing, but it is not always an easy path.” I resonated with this statement because I was clinging to God so desperately this year.

Here is a collage of the “highlight reel” of this year:
2016 12-31-16

genuine beauty

This gift (picture below) was given to me four years ago during Christmas and I am so grateful for it. I have it hanging up on my fridge as a reminder that, although, some days are very trying and challenging with the children – I keep my chin up and know I am where I need to be. God has blessed me with this talent of patience and strength for this profession.

Last week has been a very special moment for me. This blog post is a very personal one for me to share. I am proud to announce I have been working with children and adolescents who have Autism and other developmental delays for seven years. I am ecstatic! When I was first introduced to this profession I never knew how much meaning it will be for me.

Seven years later… I’m still learning.

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