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  1. Thank you so much. I got Pilgrim's Progress today. I am looking forward to digging in. Don't judge me, but I watched a movie version (I couldn't help myself. It was Liam Neeson). No doubt, the book will be infinitely better, but it made me want to read it all the more.
  2. I am so moved and grateful for your responses. I don't know what I expected, but I find myself getting emotional by the support and the thoughtfulness of the posts. But don't make me cry! I don't like crying. I'm an ugly crier, and it's exhausting. I can't take naps in the middle of the day. :) Oh, and sorry if I'm not posting in the right spots or not responding to individual posts right away. I'm learning to navigate the site, so your patience is appreciated.
  3. Aren't we blessed to live in a time when the printed word is available to us in so many forms? I avail myself of them all. Once I fall in love with a book, I want to own it in paper form because I love the look, smell, and feel of books. I mostly read the bible online or on my tablet, but I also own several paper bibles because sometimes I need to wrap my arms around it or run my fingers over the red letters. Sometimes I want that tactile experience to boost my intangible faith.
  4. Thank you all for the kind welcome. I know I am suppose to let go and let God. Haven't quite perfected that one yet. Willa, thank you for telling me about your husband. It was heartwarming and encouraging. Heybro, I've been wanting to read "Pilgrim's Progress" for a while now. I'm going to order it as soon as I leave this site. God works all these little (and big) miracles in my life. I get so excited when I realize that it's happening! I want my husband to share in the happiness and gratitude but I don't know how to explain it to him. It makes me feel a little lonely; also sad and sorry that he is missing out. But I do believe that God will touch my husband's heart one day and he will repent and accept Jesus as his personal savior. If I'm around to see it, it will be one of the happiest days of my life.
  5. Hello Everyone, I was raised as a Christian but hadn't always lived the life. I love God, and I know He loves me because He's still getting me out of trouble - usually trouble of my own making. My husband is an agnostic or maybe even an atheist. I'm not sure. We've been married 24 years, and I still can't get a handle on where he stands. I'm hoping to get some advice on dealing with being unequally yoked as I feel as if I've been doing it all wrong since 2005 when I decided to live a Christian life. I'm looking forward to all the wisdom you have to share and adding my 2 cents now and then. My main goal is to grow my faith and hopefully help others do the same. Blessings to All
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