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Seeing is Believing


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You’ve heard it said, “Seeing is believing”.  Could this be true?

What about the scripture from Proverbs 13:12 “Hope deferred makes the heart sick”. Could it be that we are called to “believe before we can truly see”?

How often do our convictions, when tested, come to find us “shattered” when faced with the terms and conditions of life that are less than desirable?   We can quickly become destroyed by a sense of injustice when we make assumptions like, “the world is a safe place”.  When our foundational views are built on an expectation that things should always be fair and a trauma does occur, it’s like a violent attack on our spirit. Read More »

The Trauma of Unresolved Losses


If you missed the radio interview of Molly by Susan Jacobi “Conversations that Heal”, follow the link to archives, click on audio player at bottom of her biography: CLICK HERE

Rapid fire losses within a family will throw anyone for a loop. It also unearths any other unresolved grief that has not been worked through and processed. While grief is a natural progression following the death of a loved one, it is also critical to understand that grieving losses of any type are also important and unique to each person. Read More »

Hope for the Future


The Power to Know, Do and Say

This is what I have asked of God for you: “that you will be encouraged and knit together by strong ties of love, and that you will have the rich experience of knowing Christ with real certainty and clear understanding.  For God’s secret plan, now at last made known, is Christ Himself.  In Him lie hidden all the mighty, untapped treasures of wisdom and knowledge.”  Colossians 2:2-5 Read More »

“Mikshowl” – Forgiveness


Is there a “free course” of love and peace flowing through your life? Are you saturated with a continuous sense of God’s love and presence permeating every relationship and experience? Or are you, like me finding areas of the heart where there yet remains a  mikshowl   מכשול  meaning, “stumbling block”? Read More »

You’ve Come a Long Way Baby


Keys to keeping your inheritance Numbers 33:1-2 (English Standard Version) 1These are the stages of the people of Israel, when they went out of the land of Egypt by their companies under the leadership of Moses and Aaron. 2Moses wrote down their starting places, stage by stage, by command of the LORD, and these are their stages according to their starting places.

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Mother’s Day Encouragement

Susie Med

If someone would have told me at any point in time that two years after my mom died I would get hit with grief as intense as the day I first heard she died, I would not have believed them. Call me a believer now. Boy this weekend was difficult. There have been moments of sadness which, on occasion, have lasted a few days, but nothing like this weekend. I think I cried as much on Saturday as I did the first few weeks after her death. I think it’s past now, at least I hope it is. The funny thing was, in the perspective of being honored as a mother myself, it was a blessed weekend. It was a weekend of very high highs, and very low lows. I was grateful my family understood and gave me the room I needed on Saturday, while showering me with love and affection on Sunday to lift my spirits again. Read More »