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  1. These last two weeks were pretty powerful to me! Thanks for sharing your wisdom from the Lord. God IS mighty and the ever present comforter for us all!

    1. Hi Lisa,
      How true that God is the "ever present" comforter for us all!
      Love you girl,
      Bev xx

  2. Bev, I loved your Blog and I will tune in next week to read Part 2, I am approaching the retirement from my nursing job and now I wonder what my next thing for God will be. I have never been on a medical missionary trip. I have been on two missions trips one for witnessing and one for children. As you shared with Lisa, God is "ever present" Blessings Diana

    1. Diana,
      So glad you are enjoying my blog...I do try to "keep it real"!! It's good that you're asking, "What will my next thing for God be?" Sounds like you've already been giving it some thought. If you would have told me 5 years ago that I would be doing what I'm doing in the Middle East, I probably would have told you, you're crazy. Amazing how God works...He can blow our socks off if we let Him!! See you for Part II...welcome!

  3. Bev..WOW! From the time I was young people have talked to me as I listened and just this week I told somebody "if you need to talk, just call me because God gave me big shoulders." I never thought of it as being a Professional Listener..I just wanted to be used by God. Now that I am 80 years old, I am thankful that is one thing I can still do. Blessings

  4. What would I do? Such a powerful question. I love your insight and am also one who may not judge out loud, but does so quietly. And that judgment seeps into my attitude, tone of voice, body language. I, too, need to extend more grace, compassion, and mercy instead of hurling stones, even in my head.

  5. Dear Bev, what a terrific insight! Changing perspectives can be a challenge, but so worth it. Grace extended is grace received. Thank you for the exhortation!

    Continuing in positive prayers for the remainder of your health tests.


I would really LOVE to hear from you!! Your thoughts, opinions, suggestions and prayer requests mean a lot to me.