Daughters and miracles

When attempting to describe the significance of the birth of our second daughter as a catalyst for the healing journey on which I am traveling, I only spoke of her miraculously doing well and failed to mention our first daughter who is also miraculouly doing well (our second daughter thoughfully pointed this out).  Our two beautiful girls are great blessings, each uniquely themselves, each believers, each married to men who will forever love and care for them and who seek to follow Jesus.  Out of the ashes God has brought beauty.  The gifts who are our daughters are now both referenced in Well, here I go, and my heart is filled with gratitude.


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