Life is hard sometimes—
crazy, mixed-up, messed up.
And there you are, in the middle of it all,
just doing your thing...
being strong and brave and beautiful
like it’s no big deal.
Be strong and let your heart take courage,
all you who hope in the Lord. Psalm 31:24 NASB
But let me tell you, girl, it is.
Not everyone can do what you can do.
Not everyone can handle things the way you can.
While you wonder sometimes if you’re doing OK...
the rest of us are just watching in wonder.
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I gave this to a coworker with cancer getting chemo. She has been so strong and brave. She was so blessed by this card. Thank you Ray for writing it.
These cards are for my girlfriend/sisters who are feeling like they should give up... each one loved the card & the words helped them thank God that in the storm they can still stand beautiful & strong!
I gave this card to my daughter when she wrongfully lost her job after many years of committed hard work. It says it all, & is modern, also
I received this card from my mother not too long ago and it brought great encouragement to me. The wording in the card hits the nail on the head is gave me the encouragement and kick in the pants I needed. I would highly recommend this card and am so glad they have them available in packs!
This is the perfect card to send to a woman who is having a hard time with something in life. The sentiments are worded so well....and the card is a comfort.
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