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: What do you think is the hardest part of being a kid?

: What is the oldest thing you have ever seen?

tristan – Emotional healing takes time. Lean into His love and presence & He will hold your heart & mind while waiting to restore relationships.

What did it make you think: What is the most interesting thing you have ever seen in the sky?

What other things do you want to accomplish?

the hardest thing is I am going through is knowing your family is there yet appearance show they r not, acceptance that I am okay even with my diagnosis I am okay. Facing your own truth—–As one writer wrote she never prayed so much. I am praying so much until I feel God said enough now child be quiet. I am working on that. The emotion keeps me feeling all bottle up– I will let go, let God, in God’s own timing—which I would love to let go now,feeling of joy one moment and the next feeling upset that you knowing healing will come yet it feels so far fetched–this is the hardest thing.

: What is the most exciting thing you have ever done?

The hardest thing I’ve ever been through was the day my son was hit by a van. I thought he was going to die, he looked so bad. He ended up in the hospital in intensive care for 8 days. I’ve never prayed harder than I did that day in the ambulance on the way to the trauma center. And God was faithful: not only did He heal my son, but God gave me an incredible sense of peace, that truly surpassed all understanding. Those 8 days were some of the most spiritual of my entire life, because I could feel God’s presense. Plus, I truly believe that God used that accident to bring my son into His family, because there was no denying that without God’s intervention, my son would have died that day. And my son knew that. This whole situation gave me opportunity after opportunity to praise and glorify God for the wonderful things He did for my family!!!

“but rather let him labor, working with his hands what is good, that he may have something to give him who has need.”

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The hardest thing by far was the unexpected death of my 34-year old wife. Without warning, she suffered a massive heart attack. I performed CPR and the EMS and hospital staff were great. She was in a coma for almost 2 weeks, and suffered from severe brain damage and liver, kidney, and lung failure. She died one day before my birthday, so I spent my birthday that year planning her funeral. I reflect on it now, and the pain is still there; but I can today see God’s grace and provision so much more clearly.

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About 3 years ago I thought I was very very sick. Like, gonna die sick. Had to wait a week for test results. Turns out I had the flu, which is pretty absurd in hindsight. That was the hardest time ever, I think. Losing that TD yesterday was rough, but the other thing was way worse.

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The hardest thing I have ever experienced were the four miscarriages I suffered over the course of 2.5 years. Add to that the two miscarriages that my brother and his wife have experienced.

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Having to let my 4 week premature baby go to another hospital after she was born and not being able to see her for almost 12 hours andthen her being in the NICU for a week and having to leave her every night! Although she’s two and perfectly healthy it was the hardest thing ever!!!!