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Hey Friend!

If you’re a newcomer, or an old follower I’d love to take a few minutes and try to give an explanation for my presence. ; )

First of all, let me introduce myself. My name’s Grace. A 17 year old country-loving, book-reading, chocolate-eating daughter of the Most High.

I love Jesus. A simple saying, but it couldn’t be truer. He’s shown His faithfulness and love to me in SO many ways and I’m grateful He gives me opportunities to share His awesomeness with others!

I write because I want to share His wonderful works with others. I write because God gave me the desire to put my thoughts on paper (or screen). I write because reading testimonies from others has encouraged me more times than I can count.

I can’t pretend that I have super writing skills, or that I’ll always have unique, powerful words to say. I can’t promise that I’ll be like those that I’ve been so encouraged by; encouraging! I can’t tell you where God will take this blog. To be honest, I can’t really give you much, can I? No promises. No answers. Not much, huh?

But I can give you this, and if it’s all you get from the Lord’s little space here than I’m happy: This world will never satisfy you. Turn to Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith. He is the answer.

May God be glorified,

grace ❤


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