No words


When no words will come, He knows my heart.


10 comments:

  1. A beautiful sentiment and necessary reminder on an otherwise horrible day, thank you

    Patty

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  2. Yes! Thank you for this reminder, Susie. My heart is aching for all the hurt and loss!

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  3. I know this will be one of those "I remember where I was when" kind of times :( I've cried and prayed often for those in Sandy Hook. I know He weeps, too. I don't understand Susie, but I believe. And He never lies. Something good will come of this. Something that will glorify His name. Thank you for these words of yours today ~ Nancy

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  4. Beautiful. Susie, you always know how to express just how you are feeling. Thank you.

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