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Trophy of Grace

“God loves to take despised, broken, messy situations and people and use them as trophies of grace.” -Brent Deedrick Despised, broken, rejected, and used- A disaster of my own making. Bruised, battered, tired, and afraid- A fragile mess, constantly breaking. … Continue reading

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Redemption of the Wayward Son

I’m worn from the pain of the existence I lead: I’m dying to find something to live for. My heart breaks from the ache of all my mistakes, And I can’t stand alone anymore. I’m sick of the lies that … Continue reading

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The Song Part II: Looking Back

Saturday marks my seventeenth birthday. So, to “celebrate” (if you can call it that), I decided that I was going to kinda look back at this past year and all God has done for me. I thought it might be … Continue reading

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“The Eternal Goodness”

This is a poem that I read and loved immediately. It’s called “The Eternal Goodness,” written by John Greenleaf Whittier, and I believe it’s also been turned into a song. I bow my forehead to the dust, I veil mine … Continue reading

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