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  1. j2theperson says:

    I just had a friend who had spent years and years and many prayers and doctors visits trying to get pregnant, who finally figured it would never happen, announce her pregnancy. I don’t know why sometimes the good thing you long for happens and sometimes it doesn’t, but I’m really grateful when it does.

  2. John 20:29 says:

    My application is a little quirky… ?
    I am quite certain that there have been times that God has locked me in and let me howl… For the good of all

  3. Paige says:

    Awww. What a great, tho quirky, cat Chester is. Huge, too. Holy moly… lottacat.

    I’m with John 20:29…. I think God has let me ‘howl’ a bit too… knowing full well that His plan for me wasn’t what I was howling for.

  4. Josh the Baptist says:

    This is a good one Micheal, thank you.

    I’m sure you still have a copy of The Ragamuffin Gospel around. Please take a few minutes and read the chapter “The Second Calling”. I read it for the 30th time or so this morning, but it really spoke to me in a new way. There may be something there for you as well.

  5. SMH says:

    Don’t know if this would mean anything, but Stanley Hauerwas writes about or lack of patience for disability in the book Living Gently In A Violent World: “We see [ speed undercutting viability of community] in medicine today; the task is not to care for patients but to cure them. When caring turns into curing, we don’t know what to do with patients when we can’t cure them. What do we do with people who have diseases it seems they won’t recover from? That’s speed taking over.”

    I pray you would have the peace of your fat cat.

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