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Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. When will humans, the worst species of them all, ever realize how smart, emotional, and caring many animals are. We need to treat them as such. Animals are beautiful. Thank you God this little girl was brought home safely and for her dog that protected her — you are a hero.
God bless all animals. Fat Heath is a true hero!!!! This story warms my heart. This is proof positive that the bond between a dog and its family is strong and sacred one of the strongest loves on earth. God bless you both so happy all ended well!!!! Bless the child and protector Fat Heath that everything ended on a positive note.
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This just warms my heart.? I am not surprised Remy is a little Yorkshire Terrier.. They are loving loyal dogs. I have had 2 of them,,,just love them. Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Apart like the relationship. A relationship that will never be seen again.
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Again, again, and again those three words are the reason why so many are afraid to feel. Your eyes are like emeralds in the sun And like the deep blue in the shade. Your red hair like fire in the wind. She took one look at him and knew. On that cold October night dressed in her bright yellow sunflower jacket she was gifted last christmas.
The brown eyed boy, that was not hers but would do anything to be, stood in the snow with her. Shuddering from the cold but yielding a smile as bright as her jacket. He showed her he was willing to wait and would freeze right beside her just to keep her close. On that cold October night dressed in her bright yellow sunflower jacket, she was gifted last Christmas.
The brown-eyed boy, that was not hers but would do anything to be, stood in the snow with her. Is this love? Overwhelmed by my uncertainty A mother to women A wife to a man Is this love? Sacrificing my freedom for you Sleeping in my sorrow Self-loathing because of my compliance Is this love? You sabotage my happiness for yours You are not patient nor kind You are envious and boastful Is this love?
Torture lurks within my doubts Sweeps my happiness and kills my hope If deprived I am, please show mercy Give me love. You said it yourself, you loved me to the moon, Now I hate myself, for being so swoon.
Too write about anti love would be terrible. Then spring comes and occasionally April showers. But then summer, finally! Long hot sunny days.
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The following days are similar. Through hardships, you are left to fend for the both of you, when all they did was cower in hopes you will make everything alright. In the end, love has no meaning. It is just a word, an excuse, a weapon, that is meant as a hellish trap, to use you up until you are of no more use, then tossed away and be forgotten.
Love is a life-long lie that should never have existed at all. Filled to the brim, Holding your affections, Basking in your beams of bliss. Your warmth and steaming comfort, Lulls my churning currents to a calming sleep. I came home to find you washing the dishes. Dinner was ready and the baby was fed and bathed. You knew I was tired and had homework, you took it upon yourself to help with what you could.
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With your actions you showed me your love and mine for you grew even more. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Feb 13 Cynthia Cruz The Apologist Orange lilies are not an apology. A recognition somehow of effort, not a florist phone call delivering flowers unseen.
Of which there is always at least one. You know this. Sims says:. February 14, at am. Cortez says:. February 14, at pm. Solis says:. You have a choice.
John Piper Answers My Question about Pornography
Although I'm currently single, I want to be well-prepared to approach this difficult choice compassionately when it arises in my own life or in the lives of women God brings to me for counsel. So I emailed Pastor John Piper with the following question, speaking on behalf of many other single women who desire to navigate the dating years ahead with both grace and realistic wisdom:.
Pastor John answered my question with power, discernment, and hope. His answer made me cry toward the end, and I believe you will be similarly encouraged by his answer. Click here to listen. Friends, let's press close into Christ's love. And if marriage is His desire for our lives, let's trust God to be in the process of purifying the hearts and minds of the men we someday choose to marry. Will you be narrowing your options if you choose not to marry unless it is to a man who is walking closely with Jesus?
But—unlike the story of the Indian and the cornfield, where he was left with nothing after rejecting perfectly good plots of land—we will never be left with nothing.
Married or single, we have the unmatchable promise of God Himself as our "portion. Instead, our hearts can leap in agreement with David in Psalm Our team loves sharing quality posts to help you serve Christ to the fullest in your calling. If you have been helped or encouraged by this writer today, would you consider giving a few dollars to support the True Woman blog?