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Your healing matters

By Jenny Sawyer
July 13, 2017

When I woke up in pain one morning recently, the first thing I did was to log on to this website to read testimonies of healing. Your testimonies. I don’t remember how many I read, but it was probably at least a dozen. As I did, something really cool happened. Continue Reading.

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One sunny Saturday afternoon, my friend and I decided to take a shopping trip. As we were driving along a large bridge, she noticed a car parked on the shoulder with its emergency lights flashing, and soon we saw a woman climbing over the concrete wall of the bridge. It seemed like she was planning to jump off. We pulled over, and I got out of my car to catch the woman’s attention. Continue Reading.

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Off to practice—trusting God

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I thought that by being prepared, I could rely on myself to have everything that I needed. But during softball season my senior year in college, I had an experience that reminded me that relying on myself to make things happen often falls short of an answer; whereas, looking to God as my source, the real and only cause, is what’s actually effective. Continue Reading.

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