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  1. This spoke to my heart. I never - in my wildest dreams - would've thought all the pain from my early years could be transformed for good as the Bible teaches. But it has! Lovely scripture and image! Blessings!

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    1. May God continue to bless you Carrie, and use you to bless and comfort others!

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  2. "God of all comfort" That jumped out to me more reading it just now. What is not included in all?
    Thanks for the picture and verse.

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  3. He truly is the God of all comfort. Thank you for sharing!

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  4. Hi Marty
    Oh, contentment is not in the absence of suffering, but in the midst of suffering as we learn to rest in His Loving Embrace!
    Mia XX

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    1. Yes! Our perspective should change when we realize that suffering is a gift that He grants to us...may we suffer well knowing that He comforts well.

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  5. HI Marty! I have to love butterflies. So pretty, and full of the transformation story.

    The passage really speaks to being Christlike in his love for those who suffer. Beautiful.

    Nice to be here today!
    Ceil

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  6. Gorgeous... both photo and Word. I'm a real flowery butterfly person, so you caught my attention ... and, as I read the Word, KEPT my attention.

    Thanks much!!

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    1. Such a sweet comment, Caryjo! Thank you :-)

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  7. Lovely picture and such comforting words. Did you grow that bush? We have tried, but we haven't been successful yet.

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