Getting Over the Bridge

I can’t wait a month to include this in my post pics because it’s a God thing!

The Holy Spirit prompted Renee and myself to both write on the subject of suicide Sunday. This powerful post almost had me crying at work today. Her story is just so moving!

Please take a few minutes out of your day to read Renee’s story. I will make you feel as if you are right there while everything is going on.

Superbly done Renee! Thank you for following His voice and writing this ❤

♡Heart Tokens♡

This story hit me like a ton of bricks with lots of tears today after Sunday church, trying to get a nap–but that much needed Sunday afternoon nap slipped right out the door……

Getting Over the Bridge

She brushed the thoughts aside that entered her tired mind that morning. Is the guns locked up safely? Make sure the guns are locked away.

Where did those troublesome thoughts come from? This was just crazy! She was in a hurry. She was in a hurry to get to work. So she said a quick prayer and hurriedly gathered her things, cranked the car and left home.

They were just finishing the job, when more of those thoughts popped into her brain. You haven’t heard from your daughter today. You need to call her right now.

The mother paused for a moment and realized she had not, in fact, heard from her daughter…

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