Lessons in Gettysburg: Part One

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  1. If you like to pray for my grandparents… they are sick today just for healing On Oct 26, 2018 12:13 PM, “Julie Dibble, Speaker and Author” wrote:

    > juliedibblewrites posted: ” There is something about stealing away for the > whole day and night that fuels a marriage with life. When you are serving > God by ways of writing and speaking, much time is spent with Him. It > requires deliberate choice to pour into those immediately arou” >

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  2. Oh, I love your transparency Julie! How often have I felt those same kinds of selfish rumblings when I am supposed to be enjoying unity with my husband! I love the way that God was so specific, and brought His softness to you right there. Thank you so much for this reminder to lean on the ONE who created one-ness in the first place. Looking forward to Part 2!

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  3. Again, sister, it is good knowing we all struggle. I believe that is one of His purposes in giving me the boldness to be transparent. People can relate to mess not perfection. So many lessons I have learned in this area. Thank you, Jesus! I look forward too to Part 2, tee hee. I expect Him to teach me more!

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