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Journey To The High Places: Ascent Of The Precipice Injury (Week 10) — 10 Comments

  1. I’m so glad you’re doing this book study, Barbie! I’m sorry I haven’t been able to participate in the FB group much. Every chapter holds so much! I think sometimes the hardest person we have to forgive is ourselves.

  2. Beautifully expressed once again Barbie … ohh how easy I can relate to this part of the journey but your words described this so wonderfully! Oh that I might gather all the “bearing the cost” flowers that I have been given and give thanks! Love that image also of the precious flower in the cleft of the Rock and the words that you quoted from Bearing-the-Cost.

    Yes, Lord …oh Yes that You would behold each of us … as handmaidens like Much Afraid SO that we may be brave as we make “The Climb”, the ascent with You!

    Thanks Barbie and keep pressing on.
    Peggy
    P.S. Looking forward to your 31 Days of 5 minutes … you write these so well and have perfected this writing art along with your artistic art in photo images. This is a beautiful form of worship, too! Are you joining with the other 5 minute bloggers and their list of prompts or doing your own? No matter, you have a gift in the way you write these 5 minutes so well. Each one is so inspiring. I’m sure this will be more do-able and fit for this season this year. You capture so much in your regular 5 minutes, one can hardly see the difference — all done so well. Keep on with your journey and delight in this time! Bless you!

    • Thank you Peggy! I am thinking I am going to write my own prompts, of which I hope to share in my intro post later this evening. I am going through a season of change and the Lord is teaching me so many things. So I am asking him for one words and hopefully I will have 31! I treasure your friendship in this blogging world!

  3. Oh Barbie, this is so beautiful. I love how you can express so much with words. And this image of a plant growing in the crevice of a rock is such an image of hope that even during the hard times, there is always hope and new growth. Be blessed.

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