Last week I started talking about scriptures that can be difficult to understand like having joy in trials or rejoicing always in the Lord. This episode was going to be part 2 of that discussion. Due to “the computer eating my homework”, I lost my notes and was unable to record what I had planned to share.
Instead, this episode is an edited version of a talk I had with Joe and Shaunda Knight, of Knightsong Ministries. Joe and Shaunda live full-time in their fifth wheeler, traveling the country sharing hope with others after the death of their son, Matt, in 2007. (No wonder Dave and I like them so much!)
It is a great discussion on the topic of finding joy again, including when Shaunda shares about her “Matt box”.
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Robert William Corbett was born on July 20 and is forever 21 years old.
Joey Figueroa was born on July 23 and is forever 39 years old.
Claire Rebecca was born on July 27 and is forever 5 years old.
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Remember to Hold On Pain Eases; there is HOPE!
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