Staying Close to God Over the Long Haul — 10 Comments

  1. Karen what a powerful article. I love how the scriptures were woven into your article. Your grandfather sounds like he was quite a remarkable man. It’s a breath of fresh air to read such inspiring to live by. Every time I ask the Lord what my destiny is I hear to pour Jesus’s love into others. Thank you again for the beauty and sincerity of your writing.

  2. Karen this was a beautiful walk through Galatians 5:22
    About the fruit of the spirit. Thank you for this writing. YOU are a great walking example of what the fruit of the spirit looks like in someone’s life. Love Heidi

  3. WOW! This is powerful and a real “keeper” ! THANK YOU for this blessing to re-read and to follow! > In one of my devotionals this week, the writer asked a lady about a stack of envelopes she had beside her and her response: During lent she felt she should GIVE away something as well as give UP something so she was writing encouraging notes to people who needed them and to those she just wanted to let them know she was thinking of them! Another great inspiration for lent or for anytime!
    BLESS you, Karen, for these inspiring words-as I said, a real “keeper”! Love to you. Margaret

  4. Thank you, Margaret. What a lovely and encouraging idea from the woman who sends notes to people during Lent. I love it.

  5. Thank you Karen for sharing your life lessons with us. You are a good example of a “fruitful tree”. God bless you for all you do to encourage others.

    • Etta Mae, as always I appreciate your reading my blog and leaving such encouraging comments.

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