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  1. Janet Sketchley
    March 29, 2019

    Thank you, Stephanie. As always, you find a post topic that speaks to me. Love the “why” part of these questions, because it brings back my perspective. Now to sit with some tea and think about this!

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    • Stephanie Nickel
      March 29, 2019

      Discovering our genuine Why? isn’t always easy. And “just ‘cuz” really isn’t an answer. 😉

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  2. Bobbi Junior
    March 29, 2019

    Steph, you’re singing the song the Lord has been trying to get me to sing for a year now.

    Two things he’s taught me.
    1. If I don’t make a hole, then His chosen person can’t fill it. (Which means sometimes I need to step away without knowing how the need will be filled. That’s hard.)
    2. If my energy is caught up in to-dos and flitting, there is no time for heart-felt prayer and for listening for His still, small voice. (And that’s a dangerous place to settle into!)

    I’m reassessing too. Praying as you seek His guidance as well.

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    • Janet Sketchley
      March 29, 2019

      Bobbi, thank you for sharing these wise words. Well said!

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    • Stephanie Nickel
      March 29, 2019

      Isn’t it the truth, Bobbi?

      With that said, it’s far easier to write a post like this than to take my own advice and actually live it out. Perhaps, I need to read my own words from time to time … and prayerfully put them into practice.

      Thanks so much for taking the time to reply, Bobbi.

      May God grant you the courage and wisdom to know when it’s right to “quit.”

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