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Instead, be filled with the Spirit, 19 speaking to one another with psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit.  Ephesians 5: 18-19

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  1. Well said, might I snag it if i run into any situations over at http://www.kissedbythecreator.com ? I like how you worded this. I never thought of having to have one…sheesh!
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  2. Mel, you don’t know me and I don’t know if I will be able to get to know you or not. I tend to reach out and then seclude myself. It is a roller coaster just keeping up with face book. I love it for a while and then I disappear off the planet.
    I just wanted to say that I appreciate your voice on topics that are very challenging to deal with. I have a few things in common with you and though I would never wish even my enemies to go through what I did, I am glad that I can relate to you. It is my burden and heart’s desire to help others by being open and telling my story, but I can’t seem to get there. All in God’s timing right, and of course His strength, because that is something I’m in lack of without Him.
    Admiringly,
    Anne

    • Anne, thank you for sharing! When it’s the right time, God will use you. Don’t let the enemy get to you. I know it’s easier said than done. But I think he loves the opportunity past abuse allows him into our minds. Thank you for reaching out!

  3. I am so happy that you came over to my blog.I came here and I enjoyed your post.I feel like you are talking to me..we are having conversation.I will include your blog in my list to visit.Have a great week

  4. I have worked very hard to take myself off of an antidepressant I was on for 11 years. It has been 2 weeks now and I am an emotional train wreck. I am trying to get balanced emotionally but it is so difficult and the enemy is attacking like crazy. My husband is trying to understand but depression is not something he understands. I am now trying to get off another drug I was put on, {these things were prescribed after my first husband of 17 years had an affair with my ‘best’ friend and left my 3 boys and I for her.} Clonzapam is a horrible drug and painfully hard to get off of. I am down to a half sometimes a quarter. I am now taking St. Johns Wort and Sleep Slumber. Please pray that the enemy will LEAVE me alone! I willing fall into his traps of self loathing at times when that is not who I am !!! I know he is a liar and thief. I am so tired, so tired…………

    • Kristin, I’m so sorry. Yes, getting off those meds can be awful! I am praying for you. If you can, limit your sugar intake as well. It may or may not help you but it helps me a lot. Get your vitamin B and D as well. Every time you feel under attack, do as Beth Moore says, and say the name of Jesus over and over again. It’s amazing how FAST that works! I wish I had known that years ago. Praying for you sister. Keep me updated! ♥ Mel

  5. Returning the compliment Mel, your site intrigues me and I plan a slow leisurely read through it. Am adding you to my “Blog List” of good reading sites.
    Thanks again’
    His blessings,
    Rhea

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