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This is what the Sovereign Lord says to these bones: I will make breath enter you, and you will come to life. I sat on my porch with my Bible in my lap and a hot mug of steamy coffee in my hand. Early morning is my favorite time of day. Just me, Jesus, and a smattering of birds. I closed my Bible and looked out across the backyard.

My eyes landed on a rounded mound of fur nestled in the grass under the willow tree. I got up and moved in for a closer look. My heart sank as I discovered what appeared to be a curled-up baby fawn lying lifeless in the grass. Probably the same fawn my neighbor had seen nursing from its mom the day before.

I understand the circle of life, but still. A baby fawn lay dead in my yard. I did get close enough to see the sunlight passing through the velum-like ears, the intricate spots on its back, and the Bambi-like eyelashes resting on a perfectly shaped snout.

I would have to wait until Steve got home to take care of the situation. All morning long my mind returned to the lifeless form lying in the sun. At noon I looked out of the window and the still fawn remained unmoved. I had to know what had happened to it. So I mustered up my courage and made my way to the fawn. No signs of an attack. Startled eyes stared at mine…wide-eyed.

Me like a deer caught in the headlights. The fawn simply caught. I fell back on my haunches! And time stood still for a moment as we stared at each other in disbelief! Finally, the fawn sprang to its feet, wobbled a bit, and scampered off like a drunken sailor. I sat in the grass and laughed, and laughed, and laughed. It had simply found a bit of grass and fallen asleep…until almost noon. After my heart stopped pounding in my chest, God spoke to my heart, Sometimes things are dead, and sometimes they just need to be woken up.

I pondered those words for the rest of the day. I called a friend who was struggling in her marriage—in a very bad way. The sort of way that leaves you wondering if it will survive. I told her the story. I think of how God told the prophet Ezekiel to speak to the valley of dry bones. I will attach tendons to you and make flesh come upon you and cover you with skin; I will put breath in you, and you will come to life. Then you will know that I am the Lord.

I imagine Ezekiel felt pretty silly talking to those dry bones. And honestly sometimes I feel pretty silly obeying God and speaking life into the dry bones of some of my situations. Sometimes it just needs to be woken up. Dear Lord, wake me up! I commit to continue to pray for what others deem as a lost cause, for I know that there is never a lost cause when it comes to Your power to save, to deliver, to redeem, to rebuild.

Is there anything in your life that you feel is a lost cause? Maybe what needs to be woken up is your marriage. Sometimes we can get so busy taking care of life, we forget to take care of love. A Day Romance Challenge: Reigniting Passion in Your Marriage is a little book that can have a big impact on your marriage. At almost 70 I had given up on my dreams.

But God this morning told me NO. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Thank you for this encouraging message as my husband of 14 years left me 25 days ago and i am by faith speaking to the dry bones of my marriage to come alive!

When reading the key verse I could not guess where you were going with this. What a confirmation this was for me! As I prayed, this very verse came to mind! I had never prayed this verse over any situation before, believing it is a prophecy about Israel. But when the Lord put it on my heart I prayed with it To read this article today was so uplifting!! This so spoke to my heart today. I have been thinking about this lately myself.

I used to sing a little song with children about it. I was raised in Atlanta, moving out a ways, I was tortured by seeing deer run over, I was always calling about them, usually to no avail. I literally had to put it out of my mind, including the tiniest little nose that lay beside they highway. Sharon, my tear bottle is full. I loved your story, it is a beautiful reminder how His rest lets us sleep, and His love wakes us at the right time.

Thank you for this. Mail will not be published required. Sharon Jaynes One last wish. A wish that only one person could have satisfied.

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I know that feels impossible, but the good news is, I've got a few tips that can help. I've coached many a girl through many a breakup, and although each situation is different, there are a few crucial points that can help you deal with this nauseating process. Because if you don't do it now -- you'll just do it later.

And by then, it'll seem a little odd that you're not over it. So go ahead girl -- let it out now. Cry in your room, cry in your car, cry to a friend, cry to a therapist, cry to your mom.

Cry until your tear ducts have to work overtime just to supply enough tears to keep you going. Get it ALL out. You have to seriously shed all of this pent up sadness out of your body -- or else it will hang around you for weeks to come. There is absolutely no shame in crying -- remember that you weren't prepared for this kind of heartache. You left your heart completely exposed to rejection, and it hurts.

So honor the gnarly feeling that it is, get back in that shower, and cry, cry, cry. As hard as it may be, it's what you need to do. Do not answer that text from him that starts with " Just wanting to check in And under no circumstances will you engage in the whole "exchanging of the things" to tug on your already shredded heartstrings. If he really needs his dang high school football jersey back then just drop it off at his front door.

It's not like anybody is going to steal it -- it's gross. So why am I being so intense about this? Well first, keeping in contact with your ex after a gut-wrenching breakup is delaying your recovery. It erases any progress you've made on your own -- because one quick conversation with them reminds you how happy you were pre-split.

And all of a sudden, we're back to the uncontrollable crying. Talking also encourages that glimmering shred of hope that you two are getting back together. And that hope is essentially a bungee cord attached to your heart -- the second you think you're free of the agony, it snaps you right back in again.

For right now, it's best to do your healing on your own. You are resilient, and you do not need your ex to push you through this. Sure, after you've recovered and healed, being friends with an ex can actually workout sometimes. But until then, take the space to get comfortable in your new life without them.

Don't worry, you're not feeling sorry for yourself if you stay in on a Friday night and binge watch Parks and Rec. Might I suggest the "Galentines Day" episode? Instead, you're simply getting comfortable with being alone. You really haven't had that chance in quite some time. It's fun to reconnect with yourself! You can be the most selfish brat in the world and no one is there to pitch a fit! You can watch your quirky indie comedies, eat frozen yogurt by the gallon, and experiment with creepy skin masks at your leisure.

But more than just getting to have it your way -- you are overcoming the pervasive fear of being alone. Because if you are scared of being alone, how will you ever know if your next relationship is fueled by love or fear? It's time to call your friends and family to ask for some super-sized support.

Trust me, you do not want to go through a breakup all by yourself. I mean you're already not talking to your ex and spending way more time alone riiiiight? Just make sure you are communicating to your group on a regular basis. Let them know that you're hurting, and that you need some back up for the next few weeks or months -- no judgment. More than being there to give you advice, your support system can be there to distract you and infuse some fun back into your life.

So take advantage, and go have fun. You've got a lot going on in your head right now. Questions and cuss words and hypothetical scenarios that will probably never happen keep playing over and over again. And it's time to address it. So let's write it out. Yes -- write a letter to your ex. Write out how you feel, what you're thinking, how you've been, and any questions you may be trying to figure out.

Don't worry, I'm not going to make you send it that would violate rule 2. This letter is just for you. This is your time to release everything you've been carrying around and put it all down in one place. And when you're done, you can put it away. I moved in with my partner and wish I had known what to expect and how to navigate the transition. When you're in a long-term relationship without no ending in sight, it's natural to get to a stage where moving in together makes sense.

But signing a lease with both your names opens your relationship up to a whole host of potential issues and experiences. While I don't regret my decision to move in with my partner of eight years, there are a few things I wish I had known before packing up my studio apartment and making the change. It didn't matter what my place looked like because I was the only one living in it. Once I moved in with my partner, I had to confront the fact that I was no longer the head of household and I could never consider our place as only mine.

It was a rude awakening for someone who had never shared living space with anyone in my life, save for my freshman year in college. Your partner's sensibilities will be somewhat different from your own, and this could be a source of tension unless you make peace with it.

As a writer and a big reader, I was used to being surrounded by books and papers. My love of cooking meant I had an outrageously large pantry full of ingredients which needed a place in our shared kitchen. Navigating a small kitchen was no big deal when I was living on my own, but sharing one with my partner quickly became a frustrating experience.

Thankfully, we eat dinner together most nights, and cooking for two is so much better than making food just for me. If you're used to spending most of your time with your partner before moving in together, it might seem like actually sharing an address won't be that much different, and in a way, it isn't. Still, it's a comforting thought to know that when you come in from a rough day at work or you just want to cuddle and watch TV, your significant other will be there to oblige.

Admittedly, I initially underestimated the simple pleasure of having my partner with me every night without fail, but it's one of the best things about living together. My wife and I were in a long-distance relationship when I moved to a new city to be with her. I didn't anticipate the transition would be so rocky. Our saving grace throughout this experience has been our willingness to compromise. W hether it's on the color of the new sofa for the living room or what to eat for lunch, we make sure to try to accommodate each other's preferences and needs as much as possible.

When you're in a relationship but not living together, you can easily take a step back after a fight and get some time and space to yourself. Instead of being able to retreat to my own apartment to do this, I'm relegated to another room at best now that I'm living with my partner.

It's not the ideal situation, but we make it work. Of course, by the time you're ready to move in with your partner, you should be way past the stage of trying to seem like a perfect, superhuman version of yourself and be comfortable showing your less amazing sides.

If you're not already, you soon will be when you're actually sharing a place. They'll smell your morning breath, see you ugly cry over some cheesy primetime drama, and know that you leave your dirty socks on the floor six feet from the hamper instead of in it.

Ugh. At least if we had been prepared we wouldn't have a permanent stomachache and . You've got a lot going on in your head right now. According to TMZ, the Guns N' Roses guitarist is now dating Meegan two teenage daughters – have also moved in together already, to a gorgeous five- bedroom home in San Fernando Valley that the rock star is said to be leasing. . Was Chained And Left To Die, And This Was His ReactionHead Cramp. Matthias shook his head, struggling to form a half-smile. I got a better job, now I' m an insurance investigator; I have a big house, and I drive a brand Matthias moved gracefully to his seat. “Next we'll have an experience from West Valley Chapter Chief Mr. Steve Bauer! “So I decided to chant to get rid of my girlfriend.