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I am thankful for God’s forever love – Psalm 103:17

Psalm 103:17 But the Lord's love for those who respect him continues forever and ever, and his goodness continues to their grandchildren.

Me, my sister and our grandmother.
My grandmother came to know God intimately later in life. I followed in her footsteps.

I remember how passionately she loved God. It was crazy love. She woke up early to pray and to talk to God. She constantly talked about God’s love and goodness to everyone. She ministered to people in hospitals. I followed in her footsteps. Family members say I even have her tough attitude. J

I smile as I remember thinking how crazy she was about the Lord. As a teenager, she embarrassed me with all that God talk. Little did I know that I would be zapped with God’s forever love and that it would change my entire life, too!  \0/

Now I’m crazy in love with the Lord!

Like grandmother, like granddaughter - God's forever love continues.  

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