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SELF-WILL…

A while ago, as I was praying, I asked God to ‘restore to me again the joy of His salvation’ and then my prayer came to an abrupt halt as I realised that I didn’t think I had ever experienced … Continue reading

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DEPRESSION IS INSIDIOUS

Depression is insidious. It is stealthy and cunning and treacherous. It works in a subtle way and can be deadly.  It is a thief and a murderer – it robs one of the will to live of joy and hope and in extreme … Continue reading

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WE NEED DEEP, DEEP ROOTS

These past few weeks I have found myself wallowing in thoughts of the past, a feeling of self-pity has slowly started to seep its way into my psyche and a sense of failure has gripped me. Mainly a sense of … Continue reading

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WEEKENDS, MOTHER

A poem written by a teenager whose parents are divorced and who only sees her mother on weekends. Weekends, Mother I see you during the week But when the weekend comes – mother you are never here. Just because at … Continue reading

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DIVORCE HURTS KIDS (WHO THEN GROW INTO HURT ADULTS)

This blog IS for the mothers and fathers who have divorced and then ‘abandoned’ their children somewhere along the road of life. It is NOT for the mothers and fathers who have divorced and have struggled through their own pain … Continue reading

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A LETTER FROM GOD TO ME …………

Dear Noelene Now, this is what I am saying to you.  Don’t be afraid, because I have saved you.  I have called you by name, and you are Mine.  When you pass through the water, I will be with you. … Continue reading

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DIVORCE – A TEENAGER IN PAIN – A POEM

This poem was written more than thirty-four years ago, but the words and feelings behind them remain relevant to children whose parents are divorced and who only see their fathers on a part-time basis. I NEVER KNEW YOU Just because … Continue reading

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