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Ten Things of Thankful: Prayers Answered Edition

I am using the flexible rules of this blog hop to declare that this one thing counts for all ten of my thankfuls: 

The big, huge, worrisome situation is now resolved.  The weight is lifted.  All is right with the world, and forgiveness comes more easily.

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Thank you for your thoughts, prayers, hugs, well-wishes, love, etc.  I know they helped.

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  1. How wonderful for you Kristi. ... Of course al the prayers your way helped.... duhhh... Have a wonderful sunday.

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    1. Your comment makes me smile! Yes, of course, the prayers helped. :-) Thank you!

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  2. This is a great way to start my day. I was worried about you, and praying for the situation was the last thing I did before going to sleep last night. I'm relieved to hear it is all resolved.

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    1. Thank you, Christine! I'm relieved, too. :-)

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  3. Wonderful...I am so happy for you! :)

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  4. Thanking God right now for for carrying you through to the other side of this 'fire' -whatever it was my friend. SO grateful you are okay!

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    1. There have definitely been prayers of thanks offered! Thank you!

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  5. Oh, Kristi, I'm so relieved! I've been so concerned about you! God is good!

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  6. Pleased to hear all is well.

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  7. So glad to hear things are well. Prayer is an amazing thing...

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    1. Yes, it is. While the particular answer isn't always what we want, I'm so happy that in this case, it was.

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  8. Aye, that'll do. Wonderful news :D

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  9. While I don't know the details I am very happy that your prayers were answered!

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  10. Very good news and I'm happy to hear it!

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  11. I am so glad you have peace of heart!

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  12. Forgiveness truly is huge enough to cover all ten spots on the list.

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  13. Oh thank goodness! I'm so very happy for you and your family!!

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