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Secrets Of My Sister, Messages Given
by Teresa Redmond
Tuesday, September 19, 2006
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My older half sister who God has put a unknown bond between the two of us, almost like the bond twins seem to share, I felt her pain but never knew why until, a few years ago. To meet her you would not know that she has a care in the world, I took form this knowledge that there is pain behind smiles and this was the lesson I think God wanted me to see, please leave a review.
SECRETS OF MY SISTER
Blonde hair, bright blue eyes and a smile that lights up your life.
Intelligence you donít see everyday,
A well rounded person is what you say.
Energy like a gale force wind.
You really canít believe, sheís your kin!
An unseen force that you share
Or maybe it means we just care
Someone to share your hopes and dreams
She wonít think itís a silly scheme.
You tell her your troubles
The unbearable things life has dealt.
She listens, and ponders, and tries to figure it all out.
She gives you hope and squashes the doubt.
Sheís been mistreated through out her life
First as a daughter and then a wife.
She goes thru life with a smile for all she meets.
Youíll never know the secrets she keeps.
Teresa L Redmond
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|Reviewed by Connie Faust
|Speaker/Author/Pastor Chuck Swindoll said something like this: "Those who have endured the most stinging circumstances are God's choicest counselors."
Our suffering should teach us compassion and understanding. God's comfort should help us to comfort those around us. Your sister seems to have that gift of compassion learned the hard way, by experience. How wonderful that you care so much about each other!