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Karen Rabbitt
God's Child, Retired Psychotherapist, Author, Speaker
Interests: speaking, reading, writing, jesus, forgiveness, holy spirit, emotionally healthy christianity, papa-god
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Hi Shannon, Thanks for your kind words. The food thing just keeps being a struggle for me, too. It's not easy. Lord, please help both Shannon an me as we struggle against the food temptations all around us. Motivate us to look to you for help every day. We are weak. You are strong. Deliver us, sweet Jesus. Bless you, Karen
Toggle Commented Apr 20, 2010 on Promise Keeper God at Karen Rabbitt
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Thanks for your thoughts and prayers, Tim. Bless you, Karen
Toggle Commented Apr 14, 2010 on Spiritual Battle is Real at Karen Rabbitt
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In the early '70s, I heard an old Assembly of God preacher speak on the story from Daniel of the three men thrown into the furnace for not bowing down to the political leader. Reading your post, the preacher's summation of that story came to mind: "Our God can, our God will, and if not, he has something better." He is a redeemer, isn't he? Glory. Blessings to you. Karen Rabbitt, MSW Trading Fathers: Forgiving Dad, Embracing God
Toggle Commented Apr 3, 2010 on Better at (In)Courage
TypePad HTML Email Dear Angel's Mom, Thanks for your comment. Jesus is indeed our hope, isn't he? Bless you, Karen
Toggle Commented Feb 8, 2010 on The Last Act? at Karen Rabbitt
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TypePad HTML Email Mary, Thanks for letting me know this touched you. You know how gratifying it is when we've said the right thing in the right way at the right time for someone to hear God! Bless you, Karen Karen Rabbitt, M.S.W. Write-to-Publish 2009 Writer of the Year for Trading Fathers Finding Peace, Choosing Forgiveness
Toggle Commented Jan 17, 2010 on God's File Cabinet at Karen Rabbitt
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"Mary believed something completely without precedent." What a helpful analysis. And a wonderful challenge. Thanks, Mary and Patrick. Bless you, Karen
Toggle Commented Dec 8, 2009 on I need a Mary Moment at The Master's Artist
Mary, Yes, may we all have God's discernment to know his truth-flowers from Satan's lie-weeds. Blessings on your garden, Karen
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2009 on When Some People are Weeds at The Master's Artist
Father, Thank you for limits. Limits of energy, time, and output. Thanks for Mary's example of learning limits. You know the deep issues in our hearts that drive us to take on too much. Expose those deep fears, please, and cleanse our hearts. We want so much to rest in your arms as we do only the work you've called us to.
Amen, Valerie. I'm glad you know his love, too. Blessings, Karen
Toggle Commented Jun 17, 2009 on Unfathered? at Karen Rabbitt
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TypePadSara, You must be grateful for your mother's delight and your father's competence. What a gift from our dear Papa-God. Karen
Toggle Commented Jun 8, 2009 on The Voice of the Father at Karen Rabbitt
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TypePadSweetie, What a lovely embellishment on the tapestry image that so many cling to in difficult times. The idea of weaving us all together, holding and supporting each other. Yes. Not just our own lives, but the whole Body, being worked into beauty. Glory. Thanks. Karen
Toggle Commented May 10, 2009 on Through Whose Eyes? at Karen Rabbitt
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Amen, Sweetie. Do you know he made 20,000 species of orchids? Amazing. And we get to co-create with him. Glory.
Toggle Commented May 1, 2009 on One Right Way? at Karen Rabbitt
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TypePadThanks, Sara. Thanks, too, for your kind words about my memoir. Have a blessed Easter! Karen
Toggle Commented Apr 11, 2009 on The Canopy Awaits at Karen Rabbitt
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TypePadMaybe, like me, you didn't get the best caretaking from your parents. Or you saw your parents not taking care of themselves. We come by our baggage honestly, don't we? You're worth taking care of. Blessings, Karen
Toggle Commented Mar 7, 2009 on By the Throat? at Karen Rabbitt
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TypePadIndeed, it is a "precious gift" and that's a powerful way to say it. Blessings, Karen
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Sara, Yes, how hard it is to believe we're really hearing him! But we judge by the fruit, don't we? Thanks for responding. I appreciate it. Karen
Toggle Commented Jan 30, 2009 on Beginning to Believe at Karen Rabbitt
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