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God is Good, but NOT Because I am Getting Married.

Most of my friends got married at 22, 23, 24, 25, 26…Most of them did, not all of them. A few of us found ourselves drifting in the atmosphere of a solitary existence. Well, not truly solitary since our friendships were splitting the seams wide open. But we had no ring; we made no covenant. And that was hard at times, but ok. This would characterize my adult life for over 20 years. However, this was damp, fertile soil for supernatural seedlings to germinate. It was good, but God’s kind of “good.” Day after day, month after month, year after year…my journals were scribbled with my emotions, thoughts, fears and hopes. They stacked up on the shelf like the corner of a used bookstore. Stories of

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