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Wife, mom, and ball of self-doubt, Sarah knows where Hope comes from and seeks to shine that light through transparency.

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  1. Sarah Ann,
    Hold onto your hat…the adventure continues. There are different stages in my life when I have looked back and thought – wow, look at the wisdom God has been teaching me. And then you know what…He takes me deeper still. At a few weeks short of being 55, I realize that there is still much I do not know and may never truly grasp this side of Heaven. But, surprisingly, I’m okay with that. I have seen and tasted that, through all the trials and the rejoicing, God is, indeed, good and He can be trusted to be faithful and true to His promises. This, along with His love, is really all that I need.
    Blessings to you on your journey,
    Bev

    • Bev, I will be 55 in August and your words resonated with me as my experience is the same. I also have come to realize how little I really seem to know about my path to heaven and how much I still need to know. The trials in my life recently and this book have made me more aware of this fact and I’m now able to say thank you to God for those trials since they have opened my eyes to where I really am on this journey.

      • Trials do have a way of opening our eyes to how much there is yet to learn, but they also have a way of letting us know how dearly God loves us!
        xx

    • Bev,
      Happy Birthday! May God give you many more birthdays to enjoy! You hit the nail on the head today! God wants to take us all deeper into the knowledge of Him and Heaven!
      ((((Hugs))))

      • Thanks Beth!! Here’s to a new year of going deeper still!
        Love and ((hugs)),
        B

  2. Sarah, so incredibly proud! You have a gift!! Your words resonate with many. Your friends are so blessed to have you in their midst. ❤️

  3. Thank you Sarah for the reminder that it is a journey and a process walking with our gracious Lord Jesus. I have failed many times and those places have taught me so much, are teaching me so much. He is so merciful in His healing of these wounds. May each of us walk so closely with Him 🙂

  4. I too, will turn 55 this year. 5 is the number of grace. I just wanted to commend Sarah Ann for seeking wisdom at a young age, I wish more people did. I’ve seen so many people take the wrong path, even after hearing wisdom.

  5. Sarah, I love this recognition of the “invisible list.” I’m a list person too, and finally, with the help of a bullet planner, have consolidated my many lists. But, isn’t it so true that this invisible list, written within by the Spirit, gently speaks into our days, reminding us that the Who is more important than the what. ((blessings))

  6. Beautiful picture of growing in GOD’S Love, allowing HIM to fill and then being used to pour out. Thank you for the reminder today. I chose to sit longer with JESUS and forgo the list and gym. I love when The LORD’s promptings lead us exactly where we are supposed to be.

  7. Sarah Ann,
    Age has its advantages. Now that I’m 51 I find that I hunger more and more for God and His Word. Can’t get enough of it! You hit the nail on the head with this ” in the midst of despair, no matter if daily bumps or life altering disasters, there is Hope.” My dad is living proof of that!! We’ve been through trials this year and it seemed hopeless, yet I clung to the Hope that only God can give! Because of this I want to tell the world what He has done & hunger even more for His word!! Can’t wait to see my sweet Jesus in Heaven!!
    Blessings 🙂