SIGNING ON THE DOTTED LINE

The Christian Science Monitor

THE REALTOR was at our house. My husband had just signed the contract to sell our home, and now it was my turn to sign. But I couldn't do it. I was crying. It just felt so awful to fail.

About five years before, we'd fallen in love with some land in the country that felt special to us—gentle and spacious and homey. It would also stretch our budget. Before we bought it, we prayed about whether this was a wise thing to do.

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