When my daughter died, I had already been leaning on a different yearly scripture for over twelve years. Each year I wrote down what that verse was, in the back of a specific Bible.
In this podcast episode, I thought it would be interesting and valuable to go back and look at the verses God put in my life for the past ten years, starting with the year Becca was so ill (2010), then the year she died (2011), and the following years until this current year.
I know some grieving parents struggle with reading their Bible after child loss, or what they have seen in the Word that feels like it contradicts what has happened with our child. I pray this episode with help with some of that.
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Ryan Hines was born on January 7 and is forever 27.
Daniel Norwood ll was born on January 10 and is forever 10.
Adrienne was born on January 11 and is forever 19.
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