King Solomon on Benevolence of Friends

April 4, 2014

Articles, Inspiration

Another person has written about me again today, but this time it made me fall to my knees in tears and prayer. Am I being overly dramatic or exaggerating… no, I assure you I’m not. Hearing how my story affects other people, affects me too, and is a reason for doing this. Believe it or not, it is just as healing for me (if not more so) as it is for you. I am overwhelmed, excited and amazed with how God works!

I am deeply touched and moved by this bloggers post, as I continue to be by everyone’s encouragement and support. I believe it is further confirmation and an answer to prayer as I’ve struggled more than ever about whether or not this is something I should continue to do… should I continue to tell my story… Thank you so much “Rudy U Martinka” for reminding me in a most powerful way, why I am doing this and how God is using all that has happened for the greater good.

My story is your story friends, just as much as it is His. May I never forget those things which are most important by continuing to trust and yield to His direction and purpose, instead of my own. Much love from a grateful heart!

Rudy u Martinka

I read this morning a young woman’s blog about abuse victims.  Her Gravatar picture shows a smiling very attractive young woman along with this statement. “I am a Christian, a survivor of abuse and a voice for the victims.”

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2 Comments on “King Solomon on Benevolence of Friends”

  1. Wendell A. Brown Says:

    Thanks for sharing Jessie! God bless!

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