Michelle Peart
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I think my job is to make the grace of the invisible God, visible, wherever I am -

I think my job is to make the grace of the invisible God, visible, wherever I am -

I think my job is to make the grace of the invisible God, visible, wherever I am -

I think my job is to make the grace of the invisible God, visible, wherever I am -

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There was a time I wanted to leave my husband. Through trials the Lord showed me that I needed my husband and I also needed the Lord. God has plans for us. Sometimes we don't understand and we fight them, but He knows what is best for you. He loves us.

A great sign, presumably outside of a church. It speaks to all of those who continually insist on proclaiming what a devout or great Christian they are, and yet their words and actions often do not reflect that reality at all.